Poster Awards

Poster Award applications will require a brief description of the significance of the work to behavioral neuroendocrinology and the applicant's contribution to it. In addition, applicants must list where the work was conducted (whether it was in an undergraduate, graduate or postdoctoral position), and whether that is the same or different than the position they will have when attending the meeting.

2016 Poster Award Winners


Joe Brague, Lehigh University.
The role of trkB and BDNF in the steroidal regulation of the MPNm to facilitate copulatory behavior in the male Syrian hamster.


James Walton, Georgia State University.
Does somatodendritic peptide release and volume transmission in the anterior hypothalamus play a role in social communication?