Undergraduate Neuroscience student Hannah Radabaugh, who is training with Dr. Anthony E. Kline (Professor of Physical Medical & Rehabilitation, Psychology, Critical Care Medicine, Center for Neuroscience, and Safar Center Associate Director), received a Neuroscience Research Excellence Award for 2016.

The Neuroscience Research Excellence Award was created by the Department to recognize students who have excelled in the laboratory as evidenced by an unusually high level of productivity, profound commitment to completion of a research project, and great potential for a career in research. Hannah was also chosen by the Provost’s office to represent the University of Pittsburgh at the 2016 ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference hosted by Syracuse University in April 2016.

The annual ACC Meeting of the Minds conference has become an opportunity for universities in the ACC to highlight the diversity of research being conducted by undergraduates and for students to share their work with peers across the ACC. Moreover, it was recently announced that Hannah was selected to receive a travel award from the NNS to present her research in Lexington, KY.