Emily Feig Wins Gerald P. Smith Award
July 17, 2015
Emily Feig won the Gerald P. Smith Award for the best graduate student oral presentation on human research at the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior in Denver, CO in July, 2015. She was also awarded a New Investigator Travel Award of $500 to present her research. Her presentation was titled "The role of hunger state in neural response to food cues depends on dieting history: an ERP study."