Articles from 2012

Ralph Hazlewood

Genetics graduate student studies the gene CODA as a model of the optic nerve disease observed in glaucoma.

Robyn Fennig

Urban and Regional Planning student doesn't want small towns to be forgotten in the big picture of community planning.

Gabriele Ludewig

Self-motivation and enthusiasm for research makes up mentor philosophy of human toxicology faculty member.

Samantha Shune

Doctoral student researches a little-studied aspect of dysphagia - the term for problems people have with eating and swallowing.

Fang-Chi Lu

Ballard and Seashore Fellow studies mindsets - the preferences and assumptions that make up our world views, and how they influence our decision-making processes.

Fabian Grimm

Human Toxicology graduate student received first-place honors in the biomedical poster session at the Superfund Annual Meeting.

Erik Asp

Recent Neuroscience Ph.D. graduate offers an explanation of how we believe or doubt new information.

Senthilkumar Perumal Kuppusamy

Human Toxicology Ph.D. graduate observed that telomeres become shorter in cells treated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), which may result in premature aging and an increased risk of cancer.

Eric Zimmer

Dean's Fellow encourages people to think critically about history through his research.

Tim Paschkewitz

By participating in the Graduate Student Senate, this Chemistry Ph.D. graduate learned to be a leader in a complicated system such as a large decentralized university.