A passion for dentistry led Dr. Mariana Reis from Brazil to Marquette. Now, it’s helped her obtain a highly competitive NIH postdoctoral award to study the effects of aging on an overlooked-but-essential type of dental connective tissue.
Physical Therapy Professor Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens had the idea of creating a pedal trainer that delivers customized resistance to a stroke patient’s paretic leg. The device is now patented and on track for commercialization that could help physical therapists dramatically improve mobility for stroke patients.
A new technique from Biomedical Engineering Professor Dr. Bing Yu and colleagues combines deep ultraviolet scanning fluorescence microscopy with artificial intelligence to more precisely determine tumor size and shape to improve the accuracy of lumpectomies.
Healing Conversations Felicia Mabuza-Suttle, Jour ’77, Grad ’78Broadcaster, author and entrepreneur Born and raised in South Africa during apartheid, Mabuza-Suttle came to the United States on a student exchange program. After she earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Marquette, her broadcast career took her back home to create a trailblazing national talk show, The Felicia…