Research

Rising tide

Wright State to mark 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage with arts events, symposiums

“RISING: Women in American Culture since Suffrage” is a semester-long commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Continue reading

Research effort studies protein progression in Barrett’s Esophagus disease

A study led by Nikhil Reddy, a second-year student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, may help medical professionals diagnose esophageal cancer sooner. Continue reading

Studies on muscle disease, high blood pressure and phone addiction are among top research stories of 2019

From muscle diseases to high blood pressure to phone addiction, Wright State University faculty and students have pursued important research endeavors. Continue reading

Research led by medical school staff member finds organizational leader assessments lacking

As part of her doctoral research, Colleen Hayden designed a study to help fill the absence of knowledge on the subject of leader engagement. Continue reading

Navigation sensation

Wright State grad student Cassandra Clouse shines at a national military conference with her virtual reality research

Cassandra Clouse, who pursuing a Ph.D. in engineering at Wright State, studies how virtual reality environments can help people with PTSD. Continue reading

Reality check

Sexual harassment research by Wright State faculty member Rachel Sturm featured in Harvard Business Review

Rachel Sturm, associate professor of management, recommends organizations and companies combat sexual harassment at work by focusing on character development. Continue reading

New visualization cave will help Wright State students to train for future careers

A new virtual reality system will soon be available for students and faculty to use in the Appenzeller Visualization Laboratory in the Joshi Research Center. Continue reading

Medical school professor presents research at National Security Agency meeting

Terry Oroszi, assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology, regularly gives presentations on her research into domestic terrorism. Continue reading

Study finds children with intellectual disability have less access to health care than children with autism

The investigation was led by Kelly Haller, a second-year medical student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine. Continue reading

Wright State medical student researches Narcan access among heroin users

Research on addiction medicine has led third-year medical student Rachel Rhee to see the potential of working with that patient population after graduation. Continue reading