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Dr. Richard Becker - College of Science and Mathematics  

Agal Bloom Growing in Lake Erie

WTOL - CBS Affiliate | July 19, 2019

 

Dr. Richard Becker - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

UToledo Develops Drone Capable of Tracking Algal Bloom

WTOL - CBS Affiliate | July 19, 2019

Deborah Orloff - College of Arts and Letters

 

Faculty Member Awarded Ohio Arts Council Grant

UT News | June 6, 2019
Art Faculty Member Awarded Ohio Arts Council Grant
By: Angela Riddel

UToledo Water Quality and Sensor Buoy Off the Shore of Maumee Bay State Park Lodge in Oregon, OH  

Sensors for Lake Erie Early-Warning Buoy Network Get Preseason Tuneup

WNWO - NBC Affiliate | May 31, 2019

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | May 31, 2019

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | May 31, 2019


UT News | May 29, 2019

Sensors for Lake Erie Early-Warning Buoy Network to Get Tuneup for Algal Bloom Season
By: Christine Billau

Thomas Bridgeman, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

Boat Tour Highlights Projects to Clean Up Waterways

WTVG- Local ABC Affiliate | May 28, 2019

Rupali Chandar, PhD - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics  

UToledo Astronomer Leads World Committee Fueling Hubble Space Telescope Discoveries


UT News | May 30, 2019
UToledo Astronomer Wins Observing Time on Hubble After Most Competitive Cycle in History
By: Christine Billau

WTVG- Local ABC Affiliate | May 23, 2019

Asma Abdel Halim, PhD - College of Arts and Letters   UToledo Scholar Awarded Fulbright to Sudan

UT News | May 23, 2019
UToledo Scholar Awarded Fulbright to Sudan for Next Academic Year
By: Christine Billau
Jon Kirchhoff, PhD - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Dragan Isailovic, PhD - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
  Inexpensive Agricultural Waste Product Can Remove Microcystin from Water

UT News | May 21, 2019
Inexpensive Agricultural Waste Product Can Remove Microcystin from Water, New UToledo Research Finds
By: Tyrel Linkhorn
Richard Becker, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics   UToledo Researcher Using Drones to Measure Algal Blooms

UT News | May 20, 2019
UToledo Researcher Using Drones to Measure Algal Blooms to Speak May 23 at National Museum of the Great Lakes
By: Christine Billau
Lisa Pescara-Kovach - College of Health Science and Human Services

  Female Shooters Shouldn't be Ignored

The Hill | May 19, 2019

Female Shooters Shouldn't be Ignored
By: Lisa Pescara-Kovach
Jiunn-Hye Sheu, PhD - College of Health and Human Services

  UToledo Public Health Expert Awarded Fulbright Specialist Award

UT News | May 15, 2019
UToledo Public Health Expert Awarded Fulbright Grant to Taiwan
By: Tyrel Linkhorn
Yanfa Yan & Zhaoning Song - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

Breakthrough in New Material to Harness Solar Power

Solar Power World Online | June 6, 2019 
UToledo Professors Use Lead-Tin Mixture to Increase Efficiency on Peroviskite Solar Cell
By: Kelly Pickerel

Solar Industry Magazine | June 4, 2019
UToledo Researchers Work on High-Efficiency, Low-Cost Solar Cells
Posted By: Betsy Lillian

Photonics.com | May 23, 2019
Tandem Perovskite Solar Cell Demonstrates Efficiency of About 23%
Published in Science https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aav7911

Gadgets Now | May 16, 2019
Scientists Develop Material That May Help Make Solar Cells More Efficient
By: PTI

R & D Magazine | May 16, 2019
New Ingredients Could Take Solar Panels to Higher Energy Efficiencies
By: Kenny Walter, Science Reporter

Science Blog | May 14, 2019

New Material to Harness Solar Power Could Transform Energy

ECN Mag.com | May 14, 2019

Tandem Perovskite Could Hold Key to Lower Cost Solar Cells
By: Spencer Chin, Managing Editor

Nature World News | May 14, 2019

Breakthrough in New Material to Harness Solar Power Could Transform Energy
By: Staff Member

UT News | May 14, 2019
Breakthrough in New Material to Harness Solar Power Could Transform Energy
By: Christine Billau

Matt Foss, PhD - College of Arts and Letters

 

Faculty Member Wins National Award 

The Toledo Blade | May 16, 2019

University of Toledo Playwright Takes Story from Book to Stage
By: Sue Brickey

UT News | April 26, 2019
Theatre Faculty member Wins National Award at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival
By: Angela Riddel

Cheryl McCullumsmith, MD, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

UToledo Participating in Federal Study to Reduce Overdose Deaths

WTOL- Local CBS Affiliate | April 22, 2019

Brian Genide - Director, LaunchPad Incubation
Norm Rapino, PhD - Rocket Innovations
 

Boosting Business Ventures

The University of Toledo Alumni eMagazine | April 19, 2019

UToledo Incubator Helps Entrepreneurs Reach Beyond Ideas
By: Laurie B. Davis

Jon Elhai, PhD - College of Arts and Letters

 

Smartphone Use and Link to Anxiety

UT News | April 17, 2019
UToledo Research: When Smartphones Aren't Used Socially, There's a Link to Anxiety
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Nicole King - Lake Erie Research Center

 

UT Biologist Search for Grass Carp

The Detroit News | April 15, 2019
University of Toledo Biologist Search for Grass Carp
By: Associated Press

Peter Feldmeier, PhD - College of Arts and Letters

 

Professor Draws Parallels Between Major Religions in New Book

UT News | April 4, 2019
Professor Draws Parallels Between Major Religions in New Book
By: Bailey Sparks

Alexander Asea, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences

 

Proteogenomics in Precision Medicine

Technology Networks | March 27, 2019
The Power of Proteogenomics in Precision Medicine
By: Molly Campbell, Science Writer, Technology Networks

Robert Schultz, PhD - Judith Herb College of Education

 

Professor Named ACE Fellow for 2019-20

UT News | March 27, 2019
Education Professor Name American Council on Education Fellow
By: Staff

Neil Reid, PhD - College of Arts and Letters  

Craft Breweries Good for Residential Property Values

Builder Online | May 09, 2019
Proximity to Craft Beer Breweries Raises Home Prices in Charlotte
By: The Charlotte Observer

Better Homes & Gardens | April 23, 2019
Living Near One of These Popular Establishments Could Increase Your Home's Value by 10 Percent
By: Hannah Bruneman

Crain's Cleveland Business | April 14, 2019
Craft Breweries Breathe New Life into Neighborhoods
By: Jeremy Nobile

UT News | March 29, 2019
Craft Breweries Increase Residential Property Values
By: Christine Billau

WMAQ - Chicago, IL | March 29, 2019

KVUE - Austin, TX | March 29, 2019

Food & Wine | March 27, 2019
A Craft Brewery in the Neighborhood May Increase the Value of Your Home
By: Mike Pomranz

UT News | March 29, 2019
Craft Breweries Increase Residential Property Values
By: Christine Billau

The Drinks Business | March 27, 2019
Craft Breweries Push Up House Prices in the US
By: Lauren Eads

AmericanCraftBeer.com | March 28, 2019
Proximity to Craft Breweries Good for Housing Values
Posted By: AmericanCraftBeer.com

Phys.org | March 26, 2019
Craft Breweries Increase Residential Property Values
Provided By: The University of Toledo

Phys.org | March 26, 2019
Craft Potential? Breweries Increase Residential US Property Values, Research Notes
Provided By: The University of Toledo

Pamela Stover, PhD - College of Arts and Letters

 

Professor Awarded Fulbright to Study World History of Teach Music Literacy Through Folk Songs

UT News | March 6, 2019
Professor Awarded Fulbright to Study World History of Teach Music Literacy Through Folk Songs
By: Christine Billau

Christine Mayer, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

UT Researchers Capture First Newly Hatched Invasive Grass Carp Within Great Lakes Watershed

UT News | March 6, 2019
UToledo Researches Capture First Newly Hatched Invasive Grass Carp Within Great Lakes Watershed
By: Staff

Guofa Liu, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

NIH Grant Supports Study of Central Nervous System's Precise Connections

UT News | March 4, 2019
NIH Grant Supports Study of Central Nervous System's Precise Connections
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

UT's Lake Erie Research Center  

Water Treatment Plant Operators at UT's Lake Erie Center to Test and Calibrate Water Quality Monitoring Devices

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | March 6, 2019

Toledo Blade | March 4, 2019
Scientists Tune Up Lake Erie's Alarm System for Toxic Algae Blooms
By: Tom Henry

WTOL- Local CBS Affiliate | February 26, 2019

Ana Alba-Rubio, PhD - College of Engineering  

UT Engineering Researcher Receives Award for Research Targeting Smokestacks

UT News | February 19, 2019
UT Engineering Assistant Professor Receives $558,795 Award for Sustainability Research Targeting Industrial Smokestacks
By: Christine Billau

Heidi Appel, PhD - Dean, Jesup W. Scott Honors College
Jack Schultz, PhD - Officer of Research & Sponsored Programs
 

Insects Hijack Reproductive Genes of Grape Vines to Create Living Space on Plant

Phys.org | February 26, 2019
Insects Hijack Reproductive Genes of Grape Vines to Create Own Living Space on Plant
Provided By: The University of Toledo 

UT News | February 26, 2019
Insects Hijack Reproductive Genes of Grape Vines to Create Own Living Space on Plant
By: Christine Billau

ScienceDaily | February 25, 2019
Insects Hijack Reproductive Genes of Grape Vines to Create Own Living Space on Plant
By: Materials provided by University of Toledo

Tech Explorist | February 25, 2019
Insects Hijack Reproductive Genes of Grape Vines to Create Own Living Space on Plant
By: Pranjal Mehar

 
WTOL - Hackathon at LaunchPad Incubation  

Hackathon at UToledo

WTOL- Local CBS Affiliate | February 25, 2019

Saori Furuta, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

UT Researcher Awarded Grant to Further Work on New Way to Detect Breast Cancer

UT News | February 13, 2019
UT Researcher Awarded $792,000 Grant to Further Work on New Way to Detect Early-Stage Breast Cancer
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

 

Matam Vijay-Kumar - College of Medicine and Life Sciences
Vishal Singh - College of Medicine and Life Sciences

 

UT Research Looks at Fiber as Trigger and Cure for IBD


UT News | February 12, 2019
UT Research Looks at Fiber as a Trigger and Cure for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Jason Huntley, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

New Tech to Fight Toxins in Lake Erie

WTOL- Local CBS Affiliate | February 12, 2019

WNWO- Local ABC Affiliate | February 12, 2019

Science Daily | February 11, 2019
Scientists Advance New Technology to Protect drinking Water from Lake Erie Algal Toxins
Provided by University of Toledo

Phys.Org | February 11, 2019
Scientists Advance New Technology to Protect drinking Water from Lake Erie Algal Toxins
Provided by University of Toledo

New Atlas | February 11, 2018
Bacteria Used to Neutralize Algae-bloom Toxin
By: Ben Coxworth

UT News | February 11, 2018
UT Scientists Advance New Technology to Protect Drinking Water from Lake Erie Algal Toxins
By: Christine Billau

AAAS EurekAlert! | October 23, 2018
UT Scientists Advance New Technology to Protect Drinking Water from Lake Erie Algal Toxins
Public Release


Ami Pflugrad-Jackisch, PhD - College of Arts & Letters  

History Scholar Awarded a Fellowship from NEH

UT News | February 7, 2019
History Scholar Awarded Fellowship to Write Book About Female Plantation Owner During American Revolution
By: Christine Billau

Phys.Org | February 6, 2019
History Scholar Awarded NEH Fellowship to Write Book About Female Plantation Owner
Provided by University of Toledo

Scienmag | February 6, 2019
History Scholar Awarded NEH Fellowship to Write Book About Female Plantation Owner
By: Christine Billau

Joshua Park, PhD - College of Medicine
Kelsey Murphy - PhD Candidate, College of Medicine and Life Sciences

 

UT Lab Explores New Alzheimer's Treatment

The Blade | February 4, 2019
UT Lab Explores New Alzheimer's Treatment
By: Kelsey Murphy, Special to The Blade

Heather Conti, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

Researcher Awarded NIH Grant to Study Fungal Infection in Cancer Patients

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | December 13, 2018

UT News | December 12, 2018
Researcher Awarded $2.1 Million NIH Grant to Study Fungal Infection Common in Cancer Patients
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Eddie Chou, PhD, PE - College of Engineering  

UT Engineers Create Method to Save at Least $120K Per Mile on Road Projects

UT News | December 11, 2018
UT Engineers Create Method to Save at Least $120,000 per Mile on Road Pavement Projects
By: Christine Billau

Dr. Xiaoming Wang, left, and Dr. Yanfa Yan, right.  

Discovery of Single Material That Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency of LED Bulb

LED Inside | December 5, 2018
A New Material Produces White Light and Increases Efficiency of LED
By: Yining Chen

UT News | December 4, 2018
Discovery of Single Material that Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency, Appeal of LED Bulbs
By: Christine Billau

Tech Explorist | December 4, 2018
Discovery of Single Material That Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency of LED Bulb
By: Amit Malewar

AAAS EurekAlert! | December 4, 2018
Discovery of Single Material That Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency of LED Bulbs
Public Release

Health Medicine Network | December 4, 2018
Discovery of Single Material that Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency, Appeal of LED Bulbs

R & D Magazine | December 4, 2018
Discovery of Single Material That Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency of LED Bulbs
By: University of Toledo

Mindzilla | December 4, 2018
Discovery of Single Material That Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency of LED Bulbs
Article adapted from a University of Toledo news release.

Science Daily | December 4, 2018
Discovery of Single Material That Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency of LED Bulbs
Materials provided by University of Toledo

     
Celia William, PhD - College of Health and Human Services

Ryan Kunz, MSW - Project Coordinator
 

Human Traffickers Evolve with Technology

WNWO - Local NBC Affiliate | November 20, 2018

Shungang Zhang, PhD Candidate - College of Medicine and Life Sciences

 

Small Molecule May Offer New Target for Kidney Disease

The Blade | November 5, 2018
Small Molecule May Offer a New Target for Kidney Disease
By: Shungang Zhang, Special to The Blade

Tavis Glassman, PhD - College of Health and Human Services
Amy Thompson, PhD - Office of the Provost & College of Health and Human Services

 

UT Research Links Medical Marijuana Laws With Increased Use

UT News | November 2, 2018
UT Research Links States' Medical Marijuana Laws with Increased Use Among College Students
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Russell Reising, PhD - College of Arts and Letters

 

Rock-and-Roll Scholar Analyzes White Album

WSPD 1370-News Radio | November 5, 2018
UT Scholar Discusses 50th Anniversary of The Beatles' White Album
Host: Scott Sands

UT News | November 1, 2018
Rock-and-Roll Scholar Analyzes Beatles' White Album as Psychedelic Music
By: Christine Billau

Stephen Markowiak, MD - Resident in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

Research Shows Commonalities in Communities with Mass Shootings

UT News | October 25, 2017
UT Researcher Links Public Health of Communities to Likelihood of Mass Shootings
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Inverse | October 23, 2018
Communities With Mass Shootings Share 4 Common Traits, Study Shows
By: Peter Hess

News Medical Life Sciences.net | October 24, 2018
Trauma Researchers Develop Profile of Commonalities Among Communities Where Mass Shooting Occur
Reviewed By: Alina Shrourou, BSc

AAAS EurekAlert! | October 23, 2018
Trauma Researchers Identify Characteristics of Communities Where Mass Shootings Occur
Public Release

Science News | October 23, 2018
Trauma Researchers Identify Characteristics of Communities Where Mass Shootings Occur
Source: American College of Surgeons

Tom Bridgeman and Chancellor Carey  

State Honors UT Algae Expert

UT News | October 22, 2018
State Honors UT Algae Expert for Leadership of Ohio Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative
By: Christine Billau

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | October 22, 2018

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | October 22, 2018

WNWO - Local NBC Affiliate | October 22, 2018


Vijay Goel, PhD - College of Engineering

 

Goel Honored by Chancellor for His Technology Commercialization Efforts

UT News | October 19, 2018
UT Professor Honored for Technology Commercialization Efforts
By: Staff

Visha Singh, PhD - College of Medicine and Lifer Sciences
Matam Vijay-Kumar, PhD - College of Medicine and Lifer Sciences

 

UT Research Discovers Link Between Refined Dietary Fiber, Gut Bacteria and Liver Cancer

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News | October 19, 2018
Gut Bacteria Link Dietary Fiber with Liver Cancer

News Medical Life Sciences.net | October 19, 2018
Study Finds Link Between Refined Soluble Fibers, Gut Microbiota and Liver Cancer
Reviewed By: James Ives, MPsych

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | October 18, 2018
UT Research Study Raise Caution About Refined Dietary Fiber

UT News | October 18, 2018
UT Research Discovers Link Between Refined Dietary Fiber, Gut Bacteria and Liver Cancer
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Saroj Chakraborty and Bina Joe, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

UT Research Finds way to Mimic Exercise's Blood Pressure lowering Effects

UT News | October 17, 2018
A No-Pain Gainto Combat Hypertension: UT Research Finds Way to Mimic Exercise's Blood Pressure Lowering Effects
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Inverse | October 17, 2018
Scientist Discovers Missing Ingredient in Long-Awaited "Exercise Pill"
By: Emma Betuel

Aakash Agarwal, PhD - College of Engineering

 

Infection Control in Spinal Surgery

Becker's Spine Review | October 15, 2018
Current Use of Contaminated Pedicle Screws & Required Practice for Asepsis in Spine Surgery - 2 Qs with Dr. Aakash Agarwal
By: Shayna Korol

Tom Bridgeman, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

Undervaluing Healthy Lakes and Rivers

Science News | October 14, 2018
We're Probably Undervaluing Healthy Lakes and Rivers
By: Laurel Hamers

Kim Nielsen, PhD - College of Arts and Letters  

UT Scholar's "The Oxford Handbook of Disability History"

UT News | October 15, 2018
UT Scholar's "The Oxford Handbook of Disability History" Offers First Global Chronicle
By: Christine Billau

AAAS EurekAlert! | October 15, 2018
'The Oxford Handbook of Disability History' Offers First Global Chronicle
Public Release

Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Logo  

$1 Million Gift to Study Pancreatic Cancer

U.S. News & World Report | October 15, 2018
Couple Pledge $1M to Cancer Research at University of Toledo
By: Associated Press

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | October 15, 2018

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | October 15, 2018

WSYX 6 - Columbus ABC Affiliate | October 15, 2018

Lexington Herald Ledger - Lexington, KY | October 15, 2018
Couple Pledge $1M to Cancer Research at University
By: Associated Press

The Blade | October 11, 2018
University of Toledo Gets $1 Million to Study Pancreatic Cancer
By: Blade Staff

Celia William, PhD - College of Health and Human Services  

Study Details Link Between Social Media and Sex Trafficking

UT News | October 8, 2018
UT Study Details Link Between Social Media and Sex Trafficking
By: Christine Billau

AAAS EurekAlert! | October 8, 2018
UToledo Study Details Link Between Social Media and Sex Trafficking
Public Release

Phys.org | October 8, 2018
Study Details Link Between Social Media and Sex Trafficking
The University of Toledo

Tom Bridgeman, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

Tom Bridgeman Looks Back on 2018 Algal Bloom Season

WNWO - Local NBC Affiliate | October 2, 2018


Amit Tiwari, PhD - College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences  

Breakthrough Research Shows Promise in Treating Drug Resistant Form of Breast Cancer

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | October 1, 2018


WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | September 26, 2018


UT News | September 26, 2018
Breakthrough Research at UT Shows Promise in Treating Drug-Resistant Form of Deadly Breast Cancer
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Augustus Tilley - PhD Student in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences
Dayanidhi Raman - College of Medicine and Life Sciences

 

Toledo Researcher Works to Disrupt Metastatic Breast Cancer

The Blade | October 1, 2018
Toledo Research Works to Disrupt Metastatic Breast Cancer
By: Augustus Michael Clifford Tulley | Special to The Blade

Sandrine Mubenga, PhD - College of Engineering

 

Women in Research

The University Network | September 26, 2018
Women Killin' It In Sustainability Research
By: Natalie Colarossi

Amit Tiwari, PhD - College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences  

Breakthrough Research Shows Promise in Treating Drug Resistant Form of Breast Cancer

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | September 26, 2018


UT News | September 26, 2018
Breakthrough Research at UT Shows Promise in Treating Drug-Resistant Form of Deadly Breast Cancer
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | September 25, 2018


US House of Representatives Seal


 

U.S. Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur E-News Announcement

Research Related to Opioid Use Disorder, Mental Health, Cancer, and Antimicrobial Technology
September 21, 2018

College of Engineering Logo  

Technology Takes the Wheel

September 2018 Seminar | Autonomous
Vehicles
Technology Takes the Wheel Seminar at UT
WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | September 24, 2018


Toledo Blade | September 21, 2018
Autonomous Vehicles on Display in Toledo
By: David Patch | Blade Staff Writer

15th Annual International Human Trafficking Conference  

15th Annual
International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference


WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | September 21, 2018

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | September 21, 2018

WNWO - Local NBC Affiliate | September 21, 2018

Dr. Donald Ronning & Dr. Steve Sucheck - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

UT Chemists Awarded Grant to Develop New Antibiotic to Treat TB

UT News | September 11, 2018
UT Chemists Awarded $2.1 Million to Develop New Antibiotic to Treat TB
By: Christine Billau

Bina Joe, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences

 

Professor Receives $2.6 Million from NIH to Study Link Between Gut Bacteria and Hypertension

UT News | September 10, 2018
Professor Receives $2.6 Million Research Grant to Further Examine Link Between Gut Bacteria and High Blood Pressure
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Reza Rizvi, PhD - College of Engineering  

UT Engineer to Make 2D Material Using HP Gas

UT News | September 7, 2018
UT Engineer Awarded Nearly $400,000 to Make 2D Materials Using High-Pressure Gases
By: Christine Billau

Advanced Materials | June 14, 2018
High-Throughput Continuous Production of Shear-Exfoliated 2D Layered Materials Using Compressible Flows
By: Reza Rizvi, Emily P. Nguyen, Matthew D. Kowal, Wai H. Mak, Sheikh Rasel, Md Akibul Islam, Ahmed Abdelaal, Anup S. Joshi, Shahab Zekriardehani, Maria R. Coleman, Richard B. Kaner

Research Logo  

UT Reinforces Commitment to Research Integrity

UT News | August 28, 2018
University Reinforces Commitment to Research Integrity
By: Staff

Dr. Michele Knox - Department of Psychiatry

 

UT Professor Receives Fulbright to Study Child Abuse Prevention

Toledo Blade | August 19, 2018
UT Professor Receives Second Fulbright Scholarship
By: Areeba Shah

Holly Hey - College of Arts and Letters  

UT Professor's Film On Flint Water Crisis

UT News | August 9, 2018
UT Professor's Film on Flint Water Crisis Receives PBS Distribution
By: Angela Riddel

Ajith Karunarathne, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry  

Dr. Ajith Karunarathne Research on How Blue Light Speeds Blindness

Global Toronto | August 16, 2018

Business Insider | August 16, 2018
Take Precautions with Blue Light and Your Vision, Advises Financial Education Benefits Center
By: PR Newswire

Radio.com | August 15, 2018
Could the Blue Light From Your Cell Phone Make You Go Blind?
By: radio.com

Fortune.com | August 15, 2018
The Blue Light Emitted From Electronics Can Cause Accelerated Blindness, Study Finds
B
y: Renae Reints

Newsweek | August 11, 2018
Eye Damage Risk from Cell Phones, Laptop Screens Revealed
By: Lisa Spear

Forbes | August 11, 2018
How Blue Light Damages Cells in Your Eyes
By: Fiona McMillan

PC Gamer | August 11, 2018
Researchers Discover How Blue Light From Displays Accelerates Blindness
By: Paul Lilly

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | August 10, 2018

The Telegraph (UK) | August 10, 2018
How Blue Light From Smartphones Can Speed Up Blindness
By: Joseph Archer

The Blade | August 10, 2018
UT Researchers: Light From Digital Devices and the Sun Speeds Up Blindness
By: Areeba Shah | Blade Staff Writer

PC Magazine | August 10, 2018
Using Your Smartphone in the Dark Risks Speeding Up Vision Loss
By: Michael Kan

Yahoo.com | August 10, 2018
How Blue Light From Smartphones Can Speed Up Blindness
By: Joseph Archer | The Telegraph

Business Insider | August 10, 2018
Blue Light Emitted by Smartphones and Laptops Accelerates Blindness by Making a Molecule in Our Eyes Toxic, According to a New Study
By: Lindsay Dodgson

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | August 9, 2018

Mother Nature Network | August 9, 2018
Why Blue Light is 'Toxic' to Your Eyes
By: Noel Kirkpatrick

The Daily Mail.com (UK) \ August 9, 2018
Study Reveals How Cellphones and Other Gadgets Wear Down Your Retina Over Time
By: Mary Kekatos

The Guardian (UK) | August 9, 2018
Blue Light from Phone Screens Accelerates Blindness, Study Finds
By: Press Association

UT News | August 8, 2018
UT Chemists Discover How Blue Light Speeds Blindness
By: Christine Billau

phys.org | August 8, 2018
Chemists Discover How Blue Light Speeds Blindness
By: University of Toledo 

Tech Explorist | August 8, 2018
How Blue Light Speeds Blindness
By: Amit Malewar

Laboratory Equipment | August 8, 2018
Chemists Discover How Blue Light Speeds Blindness
By: University of Toledo 

The Huffington Post | August 8, 2018
Blue Light From Phones Speeds Up Blindness, Study Claims

EurekAlert | August 8, 2018
UToledo Chemists Discover How Blue Light Speeds Blindness
By: University of Toledo Public Release

Hallie Dolin - MD/PhD Student in the Department of Medical Medical Microbiology and Immunology

  Laboratory Work Points to Progress Against Sepsis

The Blade | August 6, 2018

Laboratory Work Points to Progress Against Sepsis
By: Hallie H. Dolin | Special to The Blade

Dr. Tom Bridgeman - Director, Lake Erie Center  

Annual Boat Cruise Teaches Passengers About Toledo's Water Quality

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | August 6, 2018

Noel Richards, PhD - Department of Physics and Astronomy  

UT Astronomer Joined NASA Team in Identifying Star System

The Blade | July 22, 2018

UT Astronomer Joined NASA Team in Identifying Star System
By: Areeba Shah | Blade Staff Writer
Images are courtesy of NASA









The left panel shows the Hubble image of Eta Carinae, and the right shows an X-ray image from the Chandra X-ray Observatory on the same scale. The green contours show where NuSTAR detected the very high-energy source, which also proves that it is Eta Carinae and not another source in the region. The images are courtesy of NASA.

Jianyang Du, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

UT Neuroscientists Awarded Grant to Develop Method to Treat PTSD

UT News | July 9, 2018
UT Neuroscientist Awarded $1.75 Million to Develop Method to Modify Traumatic Memories, Treat PTSD
By: Christine Billau

Tom Bridgeman, PhD  

Dr. Tom Bridgeman Discusses Gulf Coast Algae

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | November 21, 2017

Scott Molitor, PhD - Assoc. Professor & Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies - College of Engineering.  

Scott Molitor on Program Outcomes for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

WVUE 8 - New Orleans, LA FOX Affiliate | November 21, 2017 

Dr. Heidi Appel - Dean, Jesup Scott Honors College & Professor
Dr. Karen Bjorkman - Dean, College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics & Distinguished University Professor
Dr. Steven Federman - Professor in the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

 

3 UT Faculty Elected Fellows of AAAS

The Blade | November 20, 2017
UT Faculty Elected Fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Sciences
By: Sarah Elms | Blade Staff Write

Scott Heckathorn, PhD  

Dr. Scott Heckathorn on Why the Fall Colors Are Not What They Used to Be.



Robert Cooper, PhD, Assistant Professor of Physics at New Mexico State University

  Alumnus to Return to UT to Discuss Physics Research Breakthrough

UT News | November 15, 2017

Alumnus to Return to Campus Nov. 16 to Discuss Breakthrough Physics Research
By: Staff
Pitch & Pour  

Innovators to Present Business Ideas at Pitch & Pour

UT News | November 14, 2017

Innovators to Present Business Ideas at UT LaunchPad Incubator's Pitch & Pour Nov. 16
By: Staff

Noel Richardson, PhD

 

Noel Richardson Makes Discover About Massive Stars as Member of International Team

UT News | October 30, 2017

UT Researcher Makes Discover About Massive Stars as Part of International Team of Astronomers
By: Cherie Spino

F. Charles Brunicard, Chair of Surgery - College of Medicine and Life Sciences

 

College of Medicine to Collaborate with ProMedica in New Research Center

UT News | October 24, 2017
College of Medicine to Collaborate with ProMedica in New Research Center
By: Sarah A. Velliquette

Dr. Thomas Bridgeman and Students - Lake Erie Research  

UT Researchers Declare End of Harmful Algal Bloom Season

WNWO 24 - Local NBC Affiliate | October 24, 2017 

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | October 24, 2018
Mayor Confirms the End to Harmful Algal Bloom Season
By: WTOL Staff

The Blade | October 23, 2017
Toledo's Harmful Algal Bloom Season Comes to End
By: Ignazio Messina | Blade Staff Writer

 

Allen Schroering, Histology lab manager and Randy Oostra, ProMedica President and CEO  

Academic Affiliation Investment in New Lab Equipment

UT News | October 19, 2017
Academic Affiliation Investment: Labs Receive New Equipment
By: Jen Sorenfrei

Dr. Christine Mayer

 

Dr. Mayer to Discuss Importance of Rivers for Lake Erie Fish

UT News | October 17, 2017

UT Scientist to Discuss Importance of Rivers for Lake Erie Fish Oct. 19
By: Christine Billau


Daryl Dwyer, PhD - Professor of Ecology  

Rain to Flush Algae, But Old Problems Remain

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | October 12, 2017

Dr. Tom Bridgeman  

Dr. Tom Bridgeman Updates on the Algal Bloom in the Maumee River

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | October 9, 2017 

Ken Kilbert, JD  

UT Environmental Law Expert Ken Kilbert Discusses Lake Erie Water Quality Issues

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | October 9, 2017 

Nicole King Holding Grass Carp Captured in Early Spring

 

UT Researcher Discovers First Grass Carp Eggs in Maumee River

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | September 29, 2017

UT News | October 3, 2017
UT Researcher Discovers First Grass Carp Eggs in Maumee
By: Christine Billau

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Eberly Center for Women Highlighting UT Researchers

UT News | October 3, 2017
Eberly Center for Women Highlighting UT Researchers
By: Staff

Daniel J. Craig

  Blood Test to Determine Cancer Risk

Toledo Blade | October 1, 2017

Researchers Seek Blood Test to Determine Cancer Risk
By: Daniel J. Craig | Special to The Blade

David Kennedy, PhD  

UT Water and Health Experts Weigh in on Toledo Water Quality

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | September 29, 2017

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | September 29, 2017

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Tom Bridgeman, PhD - Lake Erie Research Center

 

Toledo Mayor says Drinking Water is Safe Despite Algae Bloom

Toledo Blade | September 28, 2017 
Hicks-Hudson Puts Rumors to Rest, Stresses Water is Safe to Drink
By: Ignazio Messina, Blade Staff Writer

Ken Kilbert, JD  

Impaired Lake Status for Lake Erie

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | September 28, 2017 


Jared Oluoch, PhD  

UT Receives NSF Award for $1.8 Million 

UT News | September 20, 2017
NSF Awards UT $1.8 Million Grant to Engage High School Students with Cybersecurity
By: Christine Billau

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | September 19, 2017

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | September 19, 2017

The Toledo Blade | September 18, 2017
Grant Will Help UT Teach High School Students About Cybersecurity
By: Blade Staff


Nick Dulaney, Senior Astrophysics Major in the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

  UT Astrophysics Student Discovers New Stars

Student Break | September 28, 2017
How Astrophysics Student Nick Dulaney Made History
By: Daniel DeAngelo, University of Tampa

Thomas Bridgeman, PhD - Lake Erie Research Center

  Lake Erie Algal Bloom Reaches Canada

The Toledo Blade | September 27, 2017
Algae Bloom Stretches to Canada but Toledo Water Safe to Drink
By: Tom Henry | Blade Staff Writer

Sridhar Viamajala, Ph.D.

 

Nearly $2.4 Million Federal Grant to Turn Algae into Fuel Source

UT News | September 12, 2017
Nearly $2.4 Million Federal Grant Awarded to Help UT Researcher Turn Algae Into Fuel Source
By: Christine Billau

Drinking Water

 

UT's Drinking Water Research Lab Ribbon Cutting

UT News | September 5, 2017
Ribbon Cutting Sept. 5 to Celebrate new Drinking Water Research Lab
By: Meghan Cunningham

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | September 4, 2017
UT's New Drinking Water Research Lab Allows Cities to Test Safety of Public Water Supply

By: WTOL Staff Writer

The Toledo Blade | August 24, 2017
UT's New Lab Promises Quicker, More Accurate Water Testing
By: Blade Staff Writer

Toledo Blade - Researchers Study the Brain's Link to "Metabolic Syndrome"

 

UT Researchers Study Brain's Link to Metabolic Syndrome

The Toledo Blade | September 4, 2017
Researchers Study the Brain's Link to "Metabolic Syndrome"
By: Iyad Manaserh, Special to The Blade

Holly Embke

 

Searching for Grass Carp in Sandusky River

The Toledo Blade | September 3, 2017
Biologists Swarm Sandusky River in Search of Grass Carp Invaders
By: Matt Markey, Blade Outdoors Editor

Dr. Christine Mayer  

Lake Erie Fish Decline

WTVG 13 - Local ABC Affiliate | August 28, 2017


Holly Embke

 
UT Participating in Multi-Agency Action in Targeting Grass Carp

UT News | August 28, 2017
UT to Participate in Multi-Agency Action Targeting Gras Carp in Sandusky River
By: Christine Billau

Dr. Jeanine Refsnider

  UT Early Childhood Program Lands Grant

The Toledo Blade | August 24, 2017
Study Focuses on Impact of Algal Blooms on Turtles
By: Matt Markey, Blade Outdoors Editor

Charlene Czerniak, Ph.D.   UT Awarded NSF Grant for NURTURES Early Childhood Science Program

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | August 23, 2017
UT Awarded Nearly $1 Million Grant

By: WTOL Staff Writer

The Toledo Blade | August 24, 2017

UT Early Childhood Program Lands Grant Worth Nearly $1 Million
By: Blade Staff Writer

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  Panel Aims to Pair Local Entrepreneurs

The Toledo Blade | August 23, 2017
Panel Aims to Pair Local Entrepreneurs
By: Mike Sigov, Blade Staff Writer

Patrick Lawrence, PhD - College of Arts & Letters 

 

 

 

 

UT Researchers Looking at 2017 Algae Bloom

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | August 23, 2017

Randall Ellingson, PhD


  UT Physicists Study Solar Panels Output During Eclipse

UT News | August 17, 2017

UT Physicists to Model and Analyze Power Output from the University's Solar Panels During Eclipse
By: Christine Billau

Solar Field at Scott Park Campus

Claire Stuve, PhD

  Dr. Claire Stuve Presented with Blackbaord Catalyst Award

UT News | August 17, 2017

Faculty Member Presented with 2017 Blackboard Catalyst Award
By: Madison Vasko
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  UT Wins National Teacher Education Award

UT News | August 15, 2017

UT Wins National Teacher Education Award for Excellence and Innovation
By: Christine Billau
Thomas Bridgeman  

Tom Bridgeman Talks Algae

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | August 15, 2017

Kristen Kirschbaum, PhD  

Beauty of Crystals

UT News | August 10, 2017

UT Researchers Explore the Beauty of Crystals Published in Science, Science Advances
By: Madison Vasko

Jessica Sherman Collier  

Finalist for National Fellowship from Sea Grant

The Toledo Blade | August 7, 2017

UT Grad Student Selected as Finalist for National Fellowship from Sea Grant
By: Christine Billau

 Joseph Lee, MD  

UT Dry Mouth Study

The Toledo Blade | August 7, 2017

University of Toledo Students Studying how to Prevent Dry Mouth
By: Joseph Lee, Special to The Blade

Thomas Bridgeman  

Tom Bridgeman on No Swimming at Maumee Bay

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | August 7, 2017

David Kennedy and Research Team  

Research on Medical Impact of Toxic Algae

The Toledo Blade | August 6, 2017

Toledo Researchers Look into Impact of Toxic Algae
By: Tom Henry, Blade Staff Writer

 Thomas Bridgeman, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

UT Professor Discusses Algae

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate | July 13, 2017

 Algal Bloom  

Researchers Pull Samples to Combat Toxic Algal Blooms

The Toledo Blade | July 12, 2017

Researchers Pull Samples to Combat Toxic Summer Algae Blooms
By: Tom Henry, Blade Staff Writer

City of Toledo Water Intake  

UT Water Research Highlighted in 2017 Report for Ohio's HAB Research Initiatives

UT News | July 11, 2017
2017 Report for Oho's Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative Highlights UT Water Quality Research
By: Christine Bilau

Ohio Sea Grant Press Releasee | July 11, 2017
2017 Report for Ohio's Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative Highlights UT Water Quality Research
By: Jill Jentes Banicki, Assistant Director, Communications, Ohio Sea Grant College Program

Summary of Second Year of ODHE Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative | 2017
2017 Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative Year 2 Project Update
By: Ohio Sea Grant College Program

WNWO - Local NBC Affiliate | July 11, 2017

WTOL - Local CBS Affiliate | July 13, 2017
Ohio's HAB Research Initiative Highlights UT Water Quality Research

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate | July 13, 2017
Harmful Algal Bloom Report Released

University of Toledo Medical Center  

UT Developing Test to Identify Algal Toxin Exposure

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 Dr. Tom Bridgeman  

Dr. Tom Bridgeman Gives Outlook on Summer Algal Blooms

WTOL 11 - Local CBS Affiliate

 

 Henry Streby, PhD   Study Looks at Red-Headed Woodpecker Population

The Toledo Blade | June 25, 2017

Study Looks at Population Drop of Unique Bird
By: Matt Markey
 Jennifer Boldt, PhD   UT Scientist Named Top 40 Under 40

UT News | June 22, 2017

UT Scientist Named Top 40 Under 40 by Greenhouse Product News
By: Madison Vasko
 UT Upward Bound Class   UT Upward Bound Receives $2 Million Federal Grant

UT News | June 22, 2017

UT Upward Bound Receives $2 Million Federal Grant
By: Christine Bilau

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University Hall   University of Toledo Grant to Expand Sex Assault Response

The Toledo Blade | October 13, 2016, 2016

UT Gets Grant to Design Stormwater Devices
By: Blade Staff Writer

MBDC Fundraiser   Event to Raise Funds to Help Small Businesses

UT News | October 10, 2016
Event to Raise Fundss to Help Small Businesses
By: Anna Brogan-Knight
Jackie Davis-Zychowicz  

DaZy Aphasia Center Found Receives Award

UT News | October 7, 2016
DaZy Aphasia Centre Founder Receives Award for Increasing Awareness of Communication Disorder
By: Josephine Schreiber

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate

The Toledo Blade | September 26, 2016

University of Toledo Grant to Expand Sex Assault Response
By: Blade Staff Writer

Drs. Kasey Tucker-Gail & Megan Stewart

 

 

 

DOJ Grant to Support Campus Sexual Assault Programs

UT News | October 6, 2016
Department of Justice Grant to Support Campus Sexual Assault and Victimization Prevention Programs
By: Megan Cunningham

   

UT Scientist Uses Algal Bloom Research in New Textbook

UT News | October 6, 2016
UT Scientist Uses Algal Bloom Toxin-Measuring Research in New Statistics Textbook
By: Christine Long 

Youngwoo Seo, PhD - College of Engineering  

Researcher Receives NSF Grant to Study Removal Algal Bloom Toxins

UT News | October 3, 2016
Researcher Receives Grant to Study Removal of Algal Bloom Toxins from Drinking Water Sources
By: Christine Long

Guillermo Vazquez, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

Physiologist Receives NHLBI Grant to Study Leading Cause of Death

UT News | September 30, 2016
Physiologist Receives Grant to Study Leading Cause of Death in America
By: Rebecca Schwan

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UT Ranked Among Top Research Universities

UT News | September 29, 2016
UT Ranked Among World's Top Research Universities
By: Meghan Cunningham

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Apply by Oct. 10 to Compete at Pitch & Pour

UT News | September 29, 2016
Apply by Oct. 10 to Complete "Shark Tank" at Pitch & Pour
By: Christine Long

Xin Wang, MD, PhD  

UTMC Receives $3.38 million grant to study PTSD

University of Toledo Official Announcement

The Toledo Blade | September 26, 2016
UT Researcher gets $3.38M to Study Post Traumatic Stress
By: Vanessa McCray, Blade Staff Writer

Associate Press | September 27, 2016
University in Ohio to Study PTSD in Emergency Rooms
Story ran in the Miami Herald, Miami, FL

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 Youngwoo Seo, PhD  
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Youngwoo Seo, PhD

  Researcher Gets Grant to Study Algal Toxin Filtration

The Toledo Blade | September 15, 2016
Researcher at UT Gets Grant to Study Algal Toxin Filtration
By: Tom Henry
Bo Gao. PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

  UT Award Quantum Physics Grant

The Toledo Blade | September 10, 2016
UT Awarded $210,000 Quantum Physics Grant
By: Blade Staff

Wissam AbouAlalwi & Hannah Saternos - College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences   Researchers Study Link Between PKD and Cardiovascular Disease

UT News | September 9, 2016
UT Researchers Receive Funding to Study Link Between Kidney Disorder and Cardiovascular Disease.
By: Rebecca Schwan
Lesley Berhan, PhD - College of Engineering  

Grant Awarded to Study How to Increase Diversity in Engineering

UT News | September 9, 2016
Researchers Awarded Grant to Study How to Increase Diversity in Engineering Workforce
By: Christine Long

Gunnar Cramer & a golden-winged warbler - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics   UT Grad Student Trying to Save Rare Songbird

UT News | September 8, 2016
UT Grad Student Trying to Save Rare Songbird Wins Award at International Conference
By: Christine Long

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G. Glenn Lipscomb, PhD - College of Engineering   Reverse Osmosis Seen as Solution

The Toledo Blade | August 29, 2016
Reverse Osmosis Seen as Solution for Toxin
By: Tom Henry


Tomer Avidor-Reiss, PhD - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics   UT Researcher Receives Grant to Study Male Infertility

UT News | August 26, 2016
By: Christine Long

Vijaya Devabhaktuni, PhD - College of Engineering   Engineers Awarded Grant to Develop Program for Cybermanufacturing MEMS

UT News | August 25, 2016
Engineers Awarded $175,000 Grant to Develop Program for Cybermanufacturing
of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems
By: Christine Long


Andrew Kleinhenz & Dalal Mahmoud - College of Medicine & Life Sciences   UT Medical Faculty, Students Studying Effects of Algal Bloom Toxins on Liver

UT News | August 23, 2016
UT Medical Faculty, Students Studying Effects of Algal Bloom Toxins on Liver 
By: Christine Long

Dr David Kennedy & his team - College of Medicine and Life Sciences
Dr. Ajith Karunarathne - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics    UT Research Group Contributes to International Study

UT News | August 19, 2016
UT Research Group Contributes to International Study on Itch Sensation
By: Rebecca Schwan
Beata Lecka-Czernik, PhD & her Research Team - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

UT Researchers Test New Experimental Drug to Treat Diabetes

UT News | August 18, 2016
UT Researcher Test New Experimental Drug to Treat Diabetes and Increase Bone Mass
By: Rebecca Schwan

Researchers at UT Studying Effects of Algal Toxins on Liver

WTVG Channel 13 - Local ABC Affiliate

 

 David Kennedy, PhD - College of Medicine and Life Sciences  

UT Researchers Study the Effects of Toxic Algae on the Liver

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate

The Blade | August 18, 2016
Study by UT Details Harm Done by Algae
By: Lauren Lindstrom

WTVG - Local NBC Affiliate

Jessica Sherman - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics  

UT Student Helps Toledo Zoo Secure Grant to Restore Sturgeon

UT News | August 16, 2016
UT Student Helps Toledo Zoo Secure Grant Money to Restore Sturgeon to Lake Erie
By: Christine Long


Dr. Mark Wooten - College of Medicine and Life Sciences   UT Research Receives NIH Grant for Lyme Disease Study

UT News | August 5, 2016
UT Researcher Receives Nearly $2 Million Grant for Lyme Disease Study
By: Rebecca Schwan

Rafael Garcia-Mata, PhD - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

  UT Researcher Receives Three NIH Grants

UT News | August 2, 2016
UT Researcher Receives Three NIH Grants to Study How Cancer Spreads
By: Rebecca Schwan

Kevin Corbin, UT senior; Ryan Jackwood, UT PhD student and Jessica Reker, senior at Xavier UniversityNate Marshall, UT Grad Student; Hannah Scheppler, senior at BGSU and Jochannan Mitchell, junior at Central State University

 

UT Scientist Help U.S.G.S. Develop Model to Predict Algal Bloom

UT News | July 29, 2016
UT Scientists, Students Help U.s. Geological Survey Develop Model to Predict Algal Bloom Toxins
By: Christine Long

UT News | July 27, 2016
Students to Share Water Research Findings at UT Lake Erie Center
By: Rebecca Schwan  

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Lucintech Participates in Government Contract to New Radiation Detector

UT News | July 22, 2016
UT Startup Company Participates in Government Contract to Develop New Radiation Detector
By: Christine Long

 Jonathan Bossenbroek, PhD - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics  

UT Researcher Partner with Green Ribbon Initiative

UT News | July 22, 2016
UT Researchers Partner with Green Ribbon Initiative to Identify Invasive Plant Species
By: Sanya Ali

 

 

Breast Cancer Research Grant

WTVG - Local ABC Affiliate

 Haitham Elsamaloty, MD - College of Medicine & Life Sciences

 

Clinical Trial for New Cancer Detection Method

UT News | June 9, 2016
Clinical Trial for New Breast Cancer Detection Method Underway at UTMC
By: Meghan Cunningham

Saurabh Chattopadhyay, PhD - College of Medicine & Life Sciences

 

 UT Researcher Reveals New Way the Body Fights Viruses

UT News | June 9, 2016
Discovery by UT Researcher Reveals a New Way the Body Fights Viruses
By: Meghan Cunningham

Anand Agarwal, MD - College of Engineering

 

Food Pathogen Device

Toledo Blade | June 7, 2016
UT Professor Seeks Funds for Food Pathogen Device
By: Tyrel Linkhorn

Thomas Bridgeman, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

Lake Erie Center Researchers Analyze Water Quality

WTVG Channel 13 | Local ABC Affiliate

UT News | myUT - June 6, 2016
Lake Erie Center Researchers, Students Collect Samples to Analyze Water Quality During Algal Bloom Season
By: Christine Lon

Christine Mayer, PhD - College of Natural Sciences and MathematicsHolly Embke - College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics  

UT Student Discovers Grass Carp Eggs in Lake Erie Tributary

Toledo Blade | June 12, 2016
On the Trail of An Invader
By: Matt Markey

michiganradio.org |  June 9, 2016
Researchers Confirm Grass Carp are Reproducing in Great Lakes Basin
By: Rebecca Williams

UT News | June 2, 2016
UT Student Discovers First Grass Carp Eggs in Great Lakes Tributary
By: Christine Long

Wissam AbouAlaiwi, PhD - College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences  

Assistant Professor Gets New Investigator Award

UT News | May 26, 2016
Assistant Professor Gets $10,000 New Investigator Award to Help Kick Start Research
By: Samantha Watson

 Anand Agarwal, MD - College of EngineeringSpinal Balance Logo  

Biomedical Company Created by UT Faculty Celebrates FDA Clearance, First Product Launch

WTVG Channel 13 - Local ABC Affiliate

UT News | May 25, 2016 
Biomedical Company Created by UT Faculty Celebrates FDA Clearance, First Product Launch
By: Christine Long

Carol Stepien, PhD - College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Kevin Czajkowski, PhD - College of Arts & Letters

 

EPA Awards UT Nearly $500,000 for Invasive Species Prevention in Great Lakes

UT News | May 6, 2016
EPA Awards UT Nearly $500,000 for Invasive Species Prevention in Great Lakes
By: Christine Long





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