Kwiatkowski Wins Award as Bowdoin Students Travel to Neuroscience Society Conference

Story posted December 08, 2010

Eleven neuroscience students traveled with Patsy Dickinson, Bowdoin's Josiah Little Professor of Natural Sciences, to San Diego for the 40th annual Society for Neuroscience conference. They were among a crowd of 31,500 neuroscientists in attendance to learn, share and discuss recent scientific findings. 

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Molly Kwiatkowski '11 (on right, with Patty Dickinson) won first prize for her research poster and with it, a one-week trip to Germany.

Bowdoin students presented their independent research in poster format to neuroscientists from around the country and the world.

Molly Kwiatkowski '11 delivered a speech on her research and was awarded first place for her undergraduate research poster, winning a one-week trip to Germany to visit a number of university neuroscience programs.

Other students who attended include Andrew Calkins '11, Jamie Cohen '11, Jonathan Coravos '11, Hannah Peckler '11, Sara Powers '11, Rohit Sangal '11, Shikha Sheth '11, Brittany Strohm '12, Alex Williams '12 and Tee Wiwatpanit '11.

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