We’ve been busy..
July 7: Alexia Crockett passed her candidacy exam! Congratulations to Alexia!
June 24: Our book chapter on neuroinflammation, social stress, and mitochondrial function is published in the Neuroscience of Social Stress eBook. Read it here.
May 19: The Hollis Lab was awarded a COBRE CTT Target Faculty grant for 2022-2024!
May 13: Alexia Crockett wins honorable mention for best poster presentation at the Neurobiology of Stress workshop. Congratulations to Alexia!
May 10: The Hollis lab attends and presents at the Neurobiology of Stress Workshop, hosted by our own PPN department!
May 10: Erin Gorman-Sandler wins 2nd place for best poster presentation at Discover UofSC from the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Catalyst poster competition! Congratulations to Erin!
May 8: Our seniors have graduated! Congratulations to Drew and Bre for all that they achieved during their time here at UofSC!
April 22: Bre Robertson and Drew Buoniconti received first place in their sections for best poster presentations at the Discover UofSC symposium! Congratulations to Bre and Drew!
April 22: The Hollis lab presents their work at Discover UofSC! Great job everyone!
April 4: Alexia Crockett received an honorable mention for her NSF GRFP application. Congratulations to Alexia!
March 30: Erin Gorman-Sandler received an EBBS travel grant to attend the 2022 FENS meeting in Paris this summer. Congratulations to Erin!
January 16: Bre Robertson received a Magellan mini-grant for her research entitled Programming the postnatal mitochondrion for resiliency in the face of prenatal stress. Congratulations to Bre!
December 16: Erin Gorman-Sandler passed her comprehensive exam! Congratulations to Erin!
November 29: Drew Buoniconti received a Magellan Scholar and a Magellan mini-grant for her research entitled: Establishing the neural signature of social preference in Fmr1 mutant mice. Congratulations to Drew! Congratulations to Alexia as her graduate mentor!
November 19: Drew and Bre presented their research at UofSC’s Fall Showcase! Great job representing the lab!
September 29: The Hollis lab joined the O2K network as a reference laboratory! Find us here
September 5: Erin Gorman-Sandler presented a poster at the EBBS meeting in Lausanne. Congratulations to Erin for a successful presentation!
July 6: Alexia Crockett officially joined the lab! Welcome to the team, Alexia!
May 20: Erin Gorman-Sandler passed her candidacy exam! Congratulations to Erin!
May 17: Our commentary, “The Forced Swim Test: giving up on behavioral despair” was published in the European Journal of Neuroscience. Read it here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/ejn.15270
May 10: Alexia Crockett joins the lab as a rotating graduate student! Welcome Alexia!
April 30: The Hollis Lab was awarded an ASPIRE II award as a collaborator with Drs. Mott and Welshhans!
January 6: Tyler Cox joins the lab for as a rotating graduate student! Welcome, Tyler
January 6: Drew Buoniconti joins the lab for as an undergraduate student volunteer! Welcome, Drew!
December 8: Bre was awarded a Magellan Apprentice and a Magellan Mini-grant to study mitochondrial function in our rodent postpartum depression model next semester! Congratulations, Bre and great job! Congratulations to Erin as her graduate mentor!
September 16: Jesseca Crawford joins the lab as a research specialist. Welcome Jesseca!
September 1: Daniel Joyner joins the lab as a research specialist. Welcome, Daniel!
August 25: Breanna Robertson joins the lab. Welcome, Bre!
July 27: The lab is awarded a VISN7 research development grant from the VA to study the role of mitochondrial function in Gulf War Illness!
July 16: Erin Gorman officially joins the lab as a graduate student. Welcome, Erin!
July 10: Our collaborative faculty pilot grant with Dr. McQuail was awarded to study the mitochondrial mechanisms in aging and nutrition!
June 3: The lab is awarded a USCAND pilot grant in collaboration with Drs. David Mott and Jessica Klusek to study the role of the amygdala in Fragile X Syndrome!
May 7: The lab is awarded an ASPIRE pilot grant to study the role of the mitochondrial function in postpartum depression!