Pharmacology and Toxicology

NPR correspondent to teach Wright State University course in bringing clarity, plain language and fun to scientific communications

Jon Hamilton, a science correspondent at NPR, will teach a Wright State University graduate level course this summer… Continue reading

Wright State Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology Implements new certificate program in chemical biological radiological nuclear defense

The department of Pharmacology and Toxicology is equipping graduate and advanced undergraduate students with cutting-edge knowledge… Continue reading

Award-winning Air Force scientist has Wright State ties

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One of seven scientists and engineers receiving the Air Force Research Laboratory’s highest honor this year has ties to Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine. Continue reading

Mother’s affliction motivated student to participate in Wright State’s GRAD-PREP program

Part of the series: Opening Doors

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When doctors could not find a way to stop her mother’s epileptic seizures, Christina Estrada decided she would. Continue reading

Seeing one’s ability, not disability

STREAMS carries Wright State student on a voyage to science

Part of the series: Opening Doors

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STREAMS unlocks Jacob Brewer’s passion for research. Continue reading

BioSTAR steers undergraduate toward research

On his way to a career in biomedical sciences, Orly Leiva is following a star

Part of the series: Opening Doors

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On his way to a career in biomedical sciences, Orly Leiva is following a star. Continue reading

Researching epilepsy in Brazil

By staying close to home for college, Amma Boakye travels far

Part of the series: Opening Doors

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By staying close to home for college, Amma Boakye travels far. Continue reading