Dr. Danielle Lyons answering questions after her talk, Observing changes in cerebral blood flow and hippocampal metabolites after a closed head traumatic brain injury, at the 2017 Kentucky Spinal Cord and Head Injury Research Trust Symposium
Dr. Danielle Lyons gives a platform presentation, at the 2016 Clinical-Translational Research Symposium at the University of Kentucky, on her latest work using magnetic resonance spectroscopy in a preclinical model of mild traumatic brain injury.
Second year with two outstanding visiting scholars from Alfaisal University. Nasouh Bassam Al Jabi (second on the left) and Naser Saed Haj Aissa (first on the right) have been working hard on some quantitative neuropathology in experimental models of traumatic brain injury. I think they have also had some fun visiting Chicago and riding rollercoasters at Kings Island on the weekends.
Rachel Brakeville (third from the left) is an ANA394 student at UK. She is a quick learner, and the lab is very happy she will be around for the fall and spring semesters.
Not to leave out Kelly Roberts (first on the left) and Teresa Macheda (second on the right); two of the very best Scientists at UK ... in my humble opinion.