We had a great showing at SICB in New Orleans this year.
We had 2 undergrads presenting posters: Adam Brasher presented 'Does relative activity prior to breeding improve mitochondrial function and oxidative damage following a reproductive event?' and Christine Kallenberg presented 'Reproductive effects on lipid transport capacity in liver and blood in rats'.
Grad student Chloe Josefson also presented a poster 'Using phenotypic variation in the lab mouse to deduce physiological variables that correlate with life history variation'.
And post-doc Dr. Yufeng Zhang and I (Wendy Hood) gave oral presentations. Zhang: 'The mitohormetic response and an evaluation of a method for inducing oxidative damage' and Hood ' The mitohormetic response and an evaluation of a method for inducing oxidative damage.'
Adam was even interviewed by Science while standing at his poster http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/01/why-large-dogs-live-fast-and-die-young. Way to represent Adam!