Philip Polgreen, MD, associate director of our mobile technology lab, collaborates with Aaron Miller, PhD, professor of epidemiology in the College of Public Health and Linnea Polgreen, PhD, associate professor of pharmacy practice in the College of Pharmacy to analyze which foods we choose to eat and how much of those foods we consume may be significantly different in obese people.
Jason Wilken, PT, PhD, associate director in our mobile technology lab, is helping people that have suffered a traumatic leg injury walk again by creating a custom carbon fiber custom dynamic orthoses brace.
Former Certificate in Clinical and Translational Science scholar Anya Kim studied the past academic year in Spain on a Fulbright scholarship. She will now pursue a joint medical and doctoral degree at Johns Hopkins University beginning in fall 2019.
Marlan Hansen, MD, professor of otolaryngology and neurosurgery, has been selected to serve a two-year term as chairperson of the Auditory System Study Section of the Center for Scientific Review at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Read the latest news and updates from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS).
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Science will host a free 5-session seminar on Systematic Literature Reviews and Meta-Analyses.
Current KL2 Scholar Brad Rosen, DO, associate in internal medicine, has been named a Harry Shwachman Clinical Investigator awardee by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This prestigious award is designed to provide the opportunity for promising, clinically training physicians with a commitment to research to develop into independent cystic fibrosis (CF) biomedical researchers.
Patients with severe traumatic brain injuries have high mortality rates and poor long-term outcomes. Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy has been recognized as a possible way to offset the lack of oxygen available due to an acute brain injury by introducing supplemental HBO before cellular energy failure occurs.
Although Lanzhou, China, is about as far away from Iowa City as a person can travel — 6,975 miles, to be exact — that distance did not stop graduating senior Zhiting “Jack” Feng from traveling to the UI to study biochemistry and ethics & public policy (along with a minor in chemistry and certificate in clinical & translational science).
What do zebrafish and dance in the 1940s have in common? Both have been the objects of research by our Certificate in Clinical and Translational Science student Mikaela Mallin.