Student-faculty conference presentations
Beloit College students have studied a variety of topics and presented their research at a variety of conferences (student names in bold).
- Dautermann, V. M., and K. M. S. Johnson. 2011. Salivary cortisol testing: Collection techniques show similar accuracy, but swab is more precise. Poster. Midstates Consortium for Math and Science Undergraduate Research Symposium, St. Louis, MO, October 28-29, 2011.
- Dautermann, V. M., and K. M. S. Johnson. 2012. Previous day’s exercise does not affect indicators of physiological stress measured during practice in male collegiate soccer players. Poster. Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, April 21-25, 2012. Published Abstract: FASEB Journal 25:1142.45.
- Gravis, D. P., K. Wolf, N. Salas, D. Meltzer, K. Sullivan, and M. Dickson. 2012. Anti-mitotic chemotherapy activates CREB and MAPK associated survival signaling in B cell lymphoma, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology/ Experimental Biology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. April 21-25, 2012. Published abstract FASEB Journal 26, lb179.
- Gravis, D. P., and A. Strick. 2011. Novel regulation of CREB activation by reactive oxygen species in B lymphocytes, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology/ Experimental Biology Annual Conference. Published abstract: FASEB Journal 25, lb129.
- Schurr, K., D. S. Edgerton, T. Farmer, D. Neal, A. D. Cherrington, and K. M. S. Johnson. 2011. Elucidating the mechanism of glucagon-like peptide-1 for glucose utilization during periods of fasting. Poster. Experimental Biology, Washington, D.C., April 9-13, 2011. Published Abstract: FASEB Journal 24:1095.18.
- Yasukawa, K., and J. Bernath-Plaisted. 2011. Male alarm calling, nestling begging and female provisioning in red-winged blackbirds. Animal Behavior Society/International Ethological Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
- Yasukawa, K., A. Johannes, H. Berrios, and P. Fix. 2010. Female red-winged blackbird responses to brood-parasitic brown-headed cowbird nestlings. Animal Behavior Society, William and Mary University, Williamsburg, VA.