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Thinking it through

Wright State helps form Dayton Think Tank to respond to emergencies, disasters
Some members of the Dayton Think Tank pose at the Engineers Club of Dayton. Front row, from left: Michelle Simmons, environmental manager for Dayton's Department of Water; Wright State's Larry James, Terry Oroszi and Jim Gruenberg. Back row, from left: Jesse Burgard, psychologist and mental health expert; Katherine Koehler, former OSHA incident commander at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone, Riverside Mayor Bill Flaute and Dayton police Maj. Wendy Stiver. (Photo by Erin Pence)

The Dayton Think Tank includes terrorism, disaster and toxicology experts, emergency management specialists, military officials, political leaders, medical professionals, engineers, psychologists, computer scientists and law enforcement officials. Continue reading

Breathtaking

Wright State graduate student Ryan Rakoczy’s neuroscience research takes on new meaning after premature birth of his son
Breathtaking

Physiology and neuroscience graduate student Ryan Rakoczy hopes to develop better treatments for prematurely born infants and others with breathing ailments. Continue reading

Listening to patients is key to a good patient-physician partnership

Listening to patients is key to a good patient-physician partnership

Karen Kirkham works with her patients at Wright State Physicians Geriatrics. She understands the needs of each individual patient and how she can best help. Continue reading

Wright State University to celebrate 50th anniversary throughout 2017

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The celebration culminates with a special Homecoming Oct. 1, featuring multiple affinity reunions, including one for the university’s founding classes. Continue reading

Wright State’s Caroline Cao awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholar fellowship to work in Vietnam

Wright State’s Caroline Cao awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholar fellowship to work in Vietnam

Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao will spend the spring semester at the International University of Vietnam National Universities as a Fulbright Scholar fellow. Continue reading

Gala of Hope Foundation donation will help shape future of pediatric cancer research

Gala of Hope Foundation donation will help shape future of pediatric cancer research

Robert Lober, assistant professor of pediatrics at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, researches brain tumors in children. Continue reading

Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine neurology residents accepted into prestigious fellowships

Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine neurology residents accepted into prestigious fellowships

The Boonshoft School of Medicine Neurology Residency program began in 2014 as a collaboration between Wright State University and Premier Health. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine student presents research at national meeting

Ramanjot Kang, a third-year medical student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.

Medical student Ramanjot Kang’s research provides data about the frequency of autoimmune diseases following pregnancies affected by blood-related disease that affects newborns. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine names Angela Clements assistant vice president of advancement

Boonshoft School of Medicine names Angela Clements assistant vice president of advancement

Angela Clements is responsible for advancing the medical school’s fundraising and alumni engagement efforts and overseeing the Offices of Development and Marketing and Communications. Continue reading

Emily Stamas appointed director of marketing and communications for Boonshoft School of Medicine

Emily Stamas appointed director of marketing and communications for Boonshoft School of Medicine

Emily Stamas has served as graphic designer and manager of brand standards for the Boonshoft School of Medicine since 2008. Continue reading