Meg Schlichting, in the Preston Lab, received a 2015 Trainee Professional Development Awards from the Society for Neuroscience. These awards are presented to deserving young scientists who demonstrate scientific merit and excellence in their research. These awards provide those in the early stages of their career the chance to present a scientific abstract and to meet and network with senior scientists at the SfN annual meeting. Meg will present her work that was recently published in Nature Communications.
Schlichting, M.L., Mumford, J.A., & Preston, A.R. (2015). Learning-related representational changes reveal dissociable integration and separation signatures in hippocampus and prefrontal cortex. Nature Communications, 6, 8151.