On February 3rd, Amanda VanLaeken from the Experimental Program in the Department of Psychology will be presenting her work on “Epigallocatechin gallate Effect on Functional Outcomes Following Experimental Traumatic Brain Injury” at the Virginia Council of Graduate Schools’ Graduate Student Research Forum. Ms. VanLaeken’s work focuses on the how a primary ingredient in Green Tea may actually prevent the negative effects of traumatic brain injury.
Each year, the Virginia Council of Graduate Schools (VCGS) hosts the Graduate Student Research Forum. Held at the Library of Virginia, in Richmond, the forum provides an opportunity for the public, legislators, and the business community to hear about current graduate student research, which promotes economic, social, and civic development in Virginia. This year, the Forum will be on February 3rd.