Dr. Somesh Roy uses computer simulations and machine learning to examine how soot, a major environmental concern and contributor to climate change, spreads and persists. By Chris Barncard Humans have hundreds of thousands of years of experience with fire, but there is still plenty to learn about one of fire’s most influential byproducts: soot. Soot […]
For as long as she can remember, Justine Nguyen has had a fear of bugs and insects — especially bees. But, through many experiments, Nguyen has learned to love them. In fact, her relationship with bees, particularly those in Dr. Chelsea Cook’s research lab, is as sweet as the honey they produce.
Nursing faculty work with Milwaukee community partners to focus their research on real-time health care needs in the neighborhood. By Lauren Sieben For some people, the idea of “research” might conjure images of professors running experiments in a lab or reviewing academic studies in their office. While these are common components of conventional research, these […]
As recent research finds Wisconsin incarcerates people of color at some of the highest rates in the nation, an interdisciplinary team of Marquette researchers is investigating how an empowerment program might positively impact women adversely affected by these incarceration numbers. “Women in Milwaukee experience trauma when they or family members are part of the incarceration […]
Marquette’s College of Nursing gets undergraduates involved in cutting-edge research.
Recent faculty addition Dr. Kathryn Malin is “driven by a deep desire to serve families with premature or sick infants hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit,” and her research is proof of her passion. Recently, Malin was part of a team of nurse scientists who saw a need to understand how parents with infants […]
Marquette nursing professor aims to better connect dementia patients with resources.
Dr. Corinne Bloch-Mullins, associate professor of philosophy in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, has been named the 2022-23 Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship Award winner. The Sabbatical Review Committee nominates the Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship Award winner, who receives his or her full salary, plus two additional months of summer pay and $10,000 to […]
Marquette University’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has announced the following grants awarded to university faculty and staff in January/February 2022. Marquette University professor receives NSF CAREER grant for efficient spatial data analytics and mining (Dr. Satish Puri) Marquette School of Dentistry professor partners on multi-million-dollar NIH grant for no-show prevention in underserved populations […]
Dr. Valerie Everard-Gigot describes diagnosing medical patients as a puzzle – a critical puzzle requiring confident accuracy.