Kate Hardy will defend her dissertation, titled "Characterizing a New Early Life Stress Model: Effects on Learning and Perception of Sounds Relevant for Communication in the Mongolian Gerbil," at 2 p.m., Thursday, March 16, in F118.
Hardy is a student in the Biomedical Sciences graduate program, a partnership between NEOMED and Kent State University.
Dissertation committee members include:
- Dr. Merri J. Rosen, Dissertation Chair, Associate Professor, NEOMED
- Dr. Lee Gilman, Assistant Professor, Kent State University
- Dr. Julia J. Huyck, Associate Professor, Kent State University
- Dr. Jeffrey J. Wenstrup, Professor, NEOMED
- Dr. Manabu Kurokawa, Graduate Faculty Representative, Associate Professor, Kent State University