Pharmacy Student Presents Poster at Mainely Data: A Conference Highlighting Psychological Research in Maine

Pharmacy Student Presents Poster at Mainely Data: A Conference Highlighting Psychological Research in Maine

Date of Release: April 28, 2014

Japan "Jay" Soni, a 3rd year pharmacy student, presented a poster titled: "Novel Faces and Places: A Revised Instrument for Measuring Facial Recognition, Spatial Memory and Reaction Time" at the 5th annual “Mainely Data: A Conference Highlighting Psychological Research in Maine" held April 26, 2014, at the University of Maine. Soni’s work was overseen by Brian Piper, Ph.D., Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty member in the School of Pharmacy in conjunction with Anthony Linn, a pre-med major at Duke University.

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