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UToledo Journal of Medical Sciences

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Translation: The University of Toledo Journal of Medical Sciences is the online journal launched by The University of Toledo. The journal publishes original articles reporting experimental results of basic or clinical research, case reports, and reviews. Manuscripts will be evaluated by two reviewers based on the results presented in its original submission. This process will provide an opportunity for medical students, graduate students, residents, fellows and faculty to publish research observation in a timely manner.

Lab/Research Websites
Elissar Andari, Ph.D.

Elissar Andari Lab

Autism and Social Affective Neuroscience research

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Rujun Gong, MD, PhD, FASN

Rujun Gong Lab

Kidney research

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Steven T. Haller, Ph.D.

Steven Haller Lab

Kidney research
Part of the UToledo Water Task Force

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David Kennedy, Ph.D.

David Kennedy LAB

Cardiac and renal research
Part of the UToledo Water Task Force

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Juan Carlos Jaume, MD

Jasmine Jingyuan Liu Lab

Computional Biology and Cancer Research

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Mahasin Osman, Msc. Ph.D.

Mahasin Osman Lab

Cancer-Diabetes Research

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Scott M. Pappada, Ph.D.

Scott M. Pappada Project

Platform to support assessment during training/education

PREPARE Platform Website





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Learn more about The University of Toledo’s Integrated Core Facilities (ICF), a centralized facility comprised of shared services, cutting edge scientific equipment, and scientific expertise available to both internal and external collaborators on a fee-for-service basis. 


Latest Research News from The University of Toledo

Climate change, pollution and an aging population all represent serious concerns for our global society. At UToledo, researchers are answering the questions of today while preparing solutions for the future.

There are numerous highly infectious diseases for which we have no vaccine and limited therapeutic options. A $7 million expansion of UToledo’s biosafety level 3 laboratory, led by Jason Huntley, Ph.D., a professor of medical microbiology and immunology, will expand the ability of researchers and students to safely study current and emerging pathogens and better position the University to respond to future pandemics.

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Last Updated: 1/31/24