Monthly Archives: March 2015

Best feeling possible

Wright State neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny to conduct pioneering prosthesis research in new NEC Building
Sherif Elbasiouny with prosthetic arm

Wright State neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny receives defense grant to try to make upper limb prostheses feel and function like natural limbs. Continue reading

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Geology gem

Wright State’s David Schmidt’s knowledge of geology history a hit with the community
David Schmidt in his office

Wright State’s David Schmidt finds welcoming audience for research on how geology has influenced the Dayton region’s history. Continue reading

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Grand scan

Wright State’s PET/CT scanner puts university at forefront of medical-diagnostic research
Nasser Kashou at computer

PET/CT scanner, which will be housed in the new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, puts Wright State at forefront of medical-diagnostic research. Continue reading

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Fewer tests, more patient involvement key to lowering health care costs, says Wright State physician

Roberto Colon

Boonshoft School of Medicine educators and practitioners work with students to changing physician practices to reduce waste. Continue reading

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Collaboration between Wright State and Johns Hopkins may lead to new treatments for sepsis patients

Mark Rich in lab

Wright State neuroscientists are collaborating with clinicians at Johns Hopkins Medicine to determine whether they can help paralyzed patients after overcoming sepsis infection. Continue reading

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