JDP Student Madeleine Werhane Receives INS Student Liaison Committee Student Research Award!

Congratulations to current JDP student, Madeleine (Maddi) Werhane (class of 2014), for being one of the 47th Annual Meeting INS SLC Student Research Award Recipients! 

In conjunction with the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) Program and Awards Committees, the INS Student Liaison Committee (SLC) recognizes five students at each meeting of the Society for their meritorious abstract submissions. This year, Maddi was one of the five students awarded for her talk, “Arterial stiffening moderates the relationship between diabetes and cerebrovascular disease burden in older adults with and without mild cognitive impairment.” Authors: Madeleine L. Werhane, Kelsey R. Thomas, Katherine J. Bangen, Alexandra J. Weigand, Emily C. Edmonds, Daniel A. Nation, Erin Sundermann, Mark W. Bondi, Lisa Delano-Wood.

The INS Student Liaison Committee was formed as a student-run standing committee with specific goals to address student and trainee professional development needs, foster student contributions to neuropsychological science, and provide opportunities for student involvement and leadership within the INS. 

47th Annual Meeting INS SLC Student Research Award Recipients


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