Medicine

College of Science and Mathematics’ Festival of Research to showcase talent

The Festival of Research will showcase Wright State student and faculty research and scholarship on Sept. 20 in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building. Continue reading

Five medical students take leadership positions in Student National Medical Association

Students at the Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine continue to play leadership roles in the Student National Medical Association. Continue reading

Remen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness to host clinician well-being retreat

The retreat, titled Wounded Healer: Exploring Compassion and Empathy for Self and Others in Health Care, will take place Oct. 18-19 in Seattle. Continue reading

Above and beyond

The 2019 Alumni Achievement Award winners

The winners of the Alumni Achievement Awards will be honored at a ceremony on Oct. 4 during Homecoming Weekend. Continue reading

Baby steps

Pregnancy-related disorders target of pioneering research by Wright State’s Thomas L. Brown

Preeclampsia is a leading cause of maternal and infant illness and death worldwide, but Thomas Brown is trying to change that. Continue reading

A mind for government

Adrian Williams, neuroscience major and vice president of the student body, wants to be secretary of health and human services someday. Continue reading

A city of gems

Wright State alumni are leading the charge in the resurgence of downtown Dayton

Wright State alumni are taking leading roles in transforming Dayton back into the spearhead of industry and innovation it once was. Continue reading

Port in a storm

Wright State staff member Ashley Browning operates donation center for tornado victims

Ashley Browning, project manager for the SARDI Program, opened The Heartbeat to distribute goods and foods to those affected by the Memorial Day tornadoes. Continue reading

Wright State neuroscience major Adrian Williams appointed to state higher education committee

Adrian Williams, vice president of the Wright State student body, is one of two students serving on the Ohio Undergraduate Mission Study Committee. Continue reading

Wakeup call

Wright State grad student Sarah Fryman presents smartphone addiction research at a national seminar

Research by Sarah Fryman, a Wright State biology graduate and current Master of Public Health student, found that one’s fear of not being able to use their smartphone can be magnified by personality traits. Continue reading