Five UScholars Present at CURF Fall Research Expo 2020

Five UScholars presented at the CURF Fall Research Expo on September 17, 2020. This was the first year it was held virtually, with many of the presenters available to chat live and attendees able to leave questions, comments, and observations. Students’ posters can still be viewed on the expo website.


Ellie Chen, EAS ’22, 3T to Low-field MRI Scan Transformation using GANs

Amanda Moreno, COL ’21, GLP-1 receptor activation in the nucleus accumbens shell regulates oxycodone-mediated behaviors

Sabine Nix, COL ‘20, Utilizing NASA Earth Observations to Evaluate Urban Tree Canopy and Land Surface Temperature for Green Infrastructure Development and Urban Heat Mitigation in Huntsville, AL ; Land Cover Change Surrounding the Interoceanic Highway in Tambopata, Peru

Lindsay M Smith, COL ’22, Development of control in brain networks over temporal and spatial scales using graph models

Isabel Zhang, COL ’23, CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder: A Literature Review