Dr. Wanda Snow, a postdoctoral fellow in the Synaptic Plasticity and Cellular Memory Dysfunction (Albensi) lab, who has several recent papers published, can now add a new award to her credit. In addition to high productivity from her recent PhD thesis, she also recently received the Canadian Psychology Association’s Academic Excellence Doctoral Thesis Award. The Programme of Certificates of Academic Excellence recognizes outstanding achievements made by students at all levels of study in each Canadian department of psychology.
Congratulations Dr. Snow!
Experimental papers published
Snow WM*, Anderson JE , Fry M. (2013). Regional and genotypic differences in intrinsic electrophysiological properties of cerebellar Purkinje neurons from wildtype and dystrophin-deficient mdx mice. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (5-year IF= 3.9).
Janke A, Upadhaya R, Snow WM*, Anderson JE. (2013). A new look at cytoskeletal NOS-1 and β-dystroglycan changes in developing muscle and brain in control and mdx dystrophic mice. Developmental Dynamics(IF=2.6).
Review papers published
Snow WM*, Stoesz BM, Kelly DM, Albensi BC. (2013) Roles for NF-κB and Gene Targets of NF-κB in Synaptic Plasticity, Memory, and Navigation. Molecular Neurobiology (IF=5.5).
Snow WM*, Anderson JE, Jakobson LS. (2013). Neuropsychological and neurobehavioral functioning in Duchenne muscular dystrophy: a review. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews (5-year IF=9.9).