Event Date: April 7, 2017
A. Scott Weber, vice president for student life and 3MT emcee, engages the audience between student presentations.
Holly Keily gestures to make a point during her presentation titled, Gesturing to make a point: Who is that gesture for?
Chong Zhang describes the relationship between the neurochemical and behavioral effects of drugs used to treat depression, anxiety, learning and memory disabilities.
Antonella Di Giulio presents her music-related research topic, Fountain of Youth for Brains: a Map of Sounds.
Mohammad Atif Afzal shares his goal to develop innovative materials that will surpass materials currently used in optical and electronic devices.
Kristin Maki explains the effectiveness of three different message formats in conveying health-related information.
Nadav Weinstock explains Krabbe disease and his work toward developing therapies for rare diseases that affect babies.
Peter Bloomingdale explains his work involving systems network-based approaches in discovery of novel drug combinations for treatment of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
Xiaonan Tai shares her work focusing on building mechanistic models to predict how forests respond to novel conditions.
Van Anh (Vika) Nguyen describes the utilization of mathematical approaches to discover better treatment options for hematological malignancies.
President Tripathi and Provost Zukoski participate in electronic audience voting to select the People's Choice Award winner.
The Buffalo Chips (UB's all-male acapella group) entertain the audience with a spirited performance.
Pictured left to right, Graham Hammill, vice provost for graduate education and dean of the Graduate School, Phil Schneider, first place winner, Danielle Twum, second place winner, Saeede Eftekhari, People's Choice winner, Hooman Ansari, third place winner, Charles (Chip) Zukoski, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.