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Virtual Poster Session Information

The virtual poster session was held in Gather Town on February 28, 2023 at approximately 4:00 PM EST.  The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and the NIH Countermeasures Against Chemical Threats (CounterACT) Program accepted abstracts through December 31, 2022 from student and postdoctoral trainees. The deadline to submit abstracts has passed. 

Gather Town is a web-conferencing software where attendees have an avatar and can move around and interact with other participants based on their location in the room.  Presenters presented their accepted posters virtually. 

Accepted Poster Abstracts

Poster abstracts are organized alphabetically by presenter's last name.  Download the Poster Abstracts(pdf, 414 KB).

Poster Number Title
1 Blood-Brain Barrier Impairment is Seizure-Dependent in a Male Rat Model of Acute Organophosphate Intoxication
2 Association Between Neuronal Hyperexcitability and Astrocytic Kir4.1 Potassium Channels Downregulation in Diabetic Female Mice
3 Preventing Long-Term Brain Damage After Soman-Induced Status Epilepticus in Rat Models Applicable to the Pediatric and Infant Populations: Significant Protection by Tezampanel Combined with Caramiphen but not by Midazolam Treatment
4 Biochemical and Molecular Characterization of the Most-Common SLC13A5-Epilepsy Causing Missense-Mutations
5 Predictors and Prognosis of Refractory Status Epilepticus Treated in Intensive Care Unit at Mulago Hospital
6 Thrombin Mediates Seizures following Cortical Injury
7 Investigating Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase as a Therapeutic Target for Mitigating the Chronic Neurotoxicity of Acute Diisopropylfluorophosphate (DFP) Intoxication
8 1400W, A Selective iNOS Inhibitor Mitigates Early Neuroinflammation and Nitrooxidative Stress in DFP-Induced Short-Term Neurotoxicity in the Rat Model
9 Combination Therapy for Benzodiazepine-Resistant Status Epilepticus
10 The Effects of NADPH Oxidase Inhibitor, Mitoapocynin in a Rat Organophosphate Toxicity (DFP) Model of Epilepsy
11 GABAergic Abnormalities of Focal Neocortical Status Epilepticus are Rescued by Partial Activation of TrkB Receptors
12 iNOS Inhibitor, 1400W, Suppresses Soman-Induced Long-Term Epilepsy Associated-Neuropathology: Structural and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Studies
13 The Effects of Fyn/Src Kinase Inhibition (Sarcatinib) on Spontaneous Seizures and Epilepsy-Associated Behavioral Deficits in a Rat Kainate Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
14 Hospital EEG Capability and Associations with Interhospital Transfer in Status Epilepticus
15 Propofol Infusion Syndrome: A Review of Adverse Event Reports from FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS) Database
16 Advantages of Diet-Incorporated Saracatinib, a Disease-Modifier, Versus Oral Gavage- Its Relevance in Chronic Epilepsy Model: Pharmacokinetics and Welfare
17 KCNT1-Targeting Antisense Oligonucleotide in the Treatment of Childhood Epilepsy

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