Articles from December 2012

Jessica Maiers

Molecular and Cellular Biology doctoral student researches how cells stick together to gain insight into the nature of human disease.

Kimberly Hoppe

Ph.D. student's study characterizes exposures and symptoms experienced by individuals inhabiting flood-damaged homes in Cedar Rapids during and after remediation.

Kirsten Beyer

Community engagement became this scholar's passion through her participation as an Obermann Graduate Fellow.

Lynley Hood

Lifelong New Zealander researches and writes about the validity of the witch hunt for "baby farmer" Minnie Dean.

Matthew Martin

Based on excellence in research, master's student was awarded the L.B. Sims Outstanding Master's Thesis Award.

Insights on hydrogen gas storage for fuel

Hydrogen gas is an excellent fuel for both combustion and electrochemical power systems, including fuel cells.

Megan Ealy

Dissertation prize winner researches a form of adult-onset hearing loss caused by an abnormal bone growth in the middle ear.

Jessica Anthony

MFA student achieved personal growth during a community engagement project at the Iowa Juvenile Home/Girls State Training School.

Jason Graham

AMCS grad student develops mathematical model to investigate the spread and abatement of lesions that form on the surface of the cartilage following injury.

Melissa Duff

Neuroscience faculty member gains information to improve brain-injury patients' quality of life.