Biomedical Sciences Ph.D.

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

More than skin deep

Wright State alum Katherine Heminger excels as a scientist with Procter and Gamble

Katherine Heminger returned to the university to teach a seminar and meet with Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. Program students. Continue reading

Wright State wins $1 million grant to expand undergraduate research in College of Science and Mathematics

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1 million grant that promises to expand and further diversify undergraduate research in Wright State University’s College of Science and Mathematics. Continue reading

Commentary by Wright State researchers on Lou Gehrig’s disease featured in prestigious scientific journal

Wright State biological sciences professor invited graduate students to write a commentary with him on ALS research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Continue reading

Douglas W. Leaman named dean of the College of Science and Mathematics

Douglas Leaman is currently chair of the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Toledo. Continue reading

Current affair

Wright State neuroscience professors open eyes of high schoolers with electrifying lesson on neural pathways

Wright State faculty reach out to the community to promote a new undergraduate neuroscience major. Continue reading

Fertility field of research

Students help Wright State’s Labib Rouhana advance research on reproduction
Students look at sample in lab

Wright State research project designed to identify genes that broaden the knowledge of reproduction and offer promise for breakthroughs in infertility got a big push forward from students. Continue reading

Collaboration in new NEC Building starts with star student researchers

Adam Deardorff in imaging lab

Scheduled to open next month, the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building will help Wright State’s brightest student researchers work together to create innovations that improve people’s lives. Continue reading