Biology

Paralysis analysis

Wright State researchers Mark Rich and Andrew Voss awarded $2.7 million in federal grant money to study muscle disease

Mark Rich and Andrew Voss have received a five-year grant from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases with additional funding from the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Continue reading

Wright State employees honored for excellence

Wright State University will recognize select staff and faculty members for their vital contributions to the university with the Awards for Excellence ceremony April 2. Continue reading

University Professor

David Goldstein

Part of the series: Faculty Awards for Excellence 2018

In more than 30 years of service to Wright State David Goldstein has contributed significantly in research, teaching and leadership. Continue reading

Damage control

Wright State toxicology researcher Michael Kemp awarded up to $1.48 million to study DNA damage

Research by Michael Kemp, research assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, may help improve cancer therapies. Continue reading

Show time

CBS-TV’s ‘48 Hours,’ including correspondent Erin Moriarty, come to Wright State to interview Dan Krane

Dan Krane, professor of biological science, will discuss DNA evidence on an episode of “48 Hours” examining an old murder case on Jan. 26. Continue reading

Excavating an abandoned town, fighting viral infections and restoring a prairie are among the top research stories of 2018

From excavating an abandoned town to fighting viral infections to restoring a prairie, Wright State University faculty and students are undertaking numerous and important research endeavors. Continue reading

Taking the lead

Wright State’s Considine Scholars Program fostering leadership skills among women in STEM

The Considine Scholars Program funds undergraduate STEM research positions in campus laboratories. Continue reading

Muscle mystery

Wright State biologist Andrew Voss lands $454,000 federal research award to investigate Huntington’s disease

The three-year research award is aimed at determining if there is a primary disease of the muscle in Huntington’s disease. Continue reading

Taking the lead

Wright State biologist Paula Bubulya takes part in prestigious HERS Summer Institute for higher education leaders

Inspired by her HERS institute experience, Paula Bubulya wants to help Wright State hire and retain more faculty of color and women in science and expand the mentoring of junior faculty campuswide. Continue reading

By the numbers

Wright State graduate students Fan Yang and Michele Miller win first place in prestigious Datathon competition

Two Wright State graduate students were honored for developing a model that could be used to help patients with sickle cell disease better manage their pain. Continue reading