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Bennett hiner research award

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This award is in memory of Bennett Hiner, son of long-time Society member Dr. Bradley Hiner. Bennett passed away unexpectedly in November of 2011. He was a leader in his medical school class at the University of Southern California and actively involved in neuroscience research.

QUALIFICATIONS

Qualified applicants are:

  • Medical students enrolled in either the Medical College of Wisconsin or the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
  • Graduate and allied health students who have completed neuroscience research within two years of the application for the award.
  • Have demonstrated leadership experience while enrolled in medical school or graduate programs.

APPLICATION

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED - Please check back for 2021 Application Details

SELECTION

The winner is then selected by a committee and announced at the annual conference.


2020 BENNETT HINER RESEARCH
AWARD WINNER

John Feemster

Medical College of Wisconsin - Central Wisconsin Campus

Abnormal REM Sleep Atonia Control in Patients With Chronic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder


PAST BENNETT HINER RESEARCH AWARD WINNERS

2019 - Jennifer Meylor, BS
University of Wisconsin Medical School
Effects of Antiepileptic Drugs Characterized by Patch Clamp Electrophysiology: A Systematic Review

2018 - Brett Fulleylove-Krause
Medical College of Wisconsin
Increasing NAD Levels in an iPSC model of Parkinson’s Disease

2017 - No Bennett Hiner Research Award Winner in 2017

2016 - Daryl Fields
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Hypoxia-enhanced NR2B-containing NMDA Receptors Constrain Compensatory Respiratory Behaviors that Prevent Recurrent Apneas

2015 - Jacob Thayer
Medical College of Wisconsin
Comparison of Peripheral Nerve Axonal Area Differences in Central and Peripheral Zones of Injured and Repaired Nerves

2013 - Mitch Daun
Medical College of Wisconsin
Repeatability of Independent Component Analysis Applied to Dynamic Susceptibility Contrast MRI in Newly Diagnosed and Long Term Flow-up Brain Tumor Patients

Aadhavi Sridharan
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
The Effect of Caloric Restriction on Aging and the Brain in Rhesus Monkeys


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