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2013 Undergraduate Research Forum Winners

2013 Undergraduate Research Forum Winners

The best and most innovative posters and presentations are recognized with awards judged and sponsored by the university, faculty, alumni and industry.

Neuroscientist Takes the Quantified Self, and Own Brain, to the Next Level

Neuroscientist Takes the Quantified Self, and Own Brain, to the Next Level

Russell Poldrack is scanning his brain activity, charting his gene expression, and tracking his mood to an extent never before done.
Scientists Cage Dead Zebras in Africa to Understand the Spread of Anthrax

Scientists Cage Dead Zebras in Africa to Understand the Spread of Anthrax

Scavengers may not play as key a role in spreading anthrax disease through wildlife populations as previously assumed.
LaMontagne Chair in Infectious Diseases and Global Health Endowment Reaches $1 Million Goal

LaMontagne Chair in Infectious Diseases and Global Health Endowment Reaches $1 Million Goal

The chair will support a talented faculty member performing globally relevant, cutting-edge research in infectious disease.

Lecture: The Future of Diagnosis Lies Within

Lecture: The Future of Diagnosis Lies Within

Andy Ellington peers into the future of low-cost, personalized diagnostics.

Public Health Major's Worldly Upbringing Inspires Her to Improve Care Worldwide

Public Health Major's Worldly Upbringing Inspires Her to Improve Care Worldwide

From the Netherlands to Nigeria to the College of Natural Sciences, Nicole Kruijs wants to explore where public health meets government policy.
Chemist Fights a Very Personal War on Cancer

Chemist Fights a Very Personal War on Cancer

Chemist Jonathan Sessler, a cancer survivor, joins with a colleague from MD Anderson to develop a better drug for ovarian cancer.

Report Calls for New Priorities in Breast Cancer Prevention

Report Calls for New Priorities in Breast Cancer Prevention

 

Environmental factors of breast cancer need to be a research priority, committee says.

Experts Call for Federal Government to Increase Breast Cancer Prevention Efforts

The federal government needs to make breast cancer prevention a priority and place funding for prevention at the same level as other types of research, says a new sweeping report.

New AIDS Research Suggests that More People Are Cheating than the Surveys Show

Transmission rates through extra-couple relationships are much higher than previous estimates indicate.