Apply Now

News

Fighting Mosquito-borne Diseases

Author: Provided

Achee Grieco

“In general, cases of Zika have definitely decreased in most of Central and South America, but the virus is not gone. The mosquitoes carrying Zika and other diseases are still there, and the risk for another infection outbreak is still quite prevalent,” says Elitza Theel, director of the Infectious Diseases Serology Laboratory and co-director of the Vector-Borne Diseases Service Line at Mayo Clinic.

  Read More

Irish and Notre Dame STEM students encouraged to apply for a Naughton Fellowship

Author: Joanne Fahey

Dome In Fall

The University of Notre Dame has opened its annual competition for the Naughton Fellowships. The prestigious international fellowships provide funding for exceptional Ph.D., masters, or undergraduate students with an aptitude for the STEM disciplines to complete research or study in Ireland or at Notre Dame. Read More

Theoretical physics professor wins NSF grant in computational neuroscience

Author: Cliff Djajapranata

250x250 Zoltan

Zoltan Toroczkai, professor of theoretical physics, recently received an international collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Division of Intelligent Information Systems for research on brain neuronal networks. The project is aimed at discovering the fundamental principles of connectivity in the neuronal network of the neocortex and it is in collaboration with Henry Kennedy from the Stem-cell and Brain Research Institute in Lyon, France, with Toroczkai, as the lead principal investigator. Read More

Networking and collaboration in soft materials and polymers at the heart of annual ND-Purdue symposium

Author: Heidi Deethardt

2017 ND-Purdue Soft Matter Symposium Group

What started as a small event in 2014 among Notre Dame’s community of soft matter and polymer researchers, has now grown into an annual regional symposium that includes faculty presentations and student posters from four universities. The research touched on various applications of polymer materials in batteries, solar cells, sensors, nanomedicines, tissue scaffolds, and membrane separation. Read More

‘Realities of Lung Cancer’ focus of Harper Cancer Research Institute seminar

Author: Erin Blasko

4

The Mike and Josie Harper Cancer Research Institute, a collaboration between the University of Notre Dame and Indiana University School of Medicine South Bend, in partnership with Smoke Free St. Joe, will host “Realities of Lung Cancer,” a free, public seminar on the benefits of smoking cessation from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 16 (Thursday) — Great American Smokeout day. Read More

New protein study broadens knowledge of molecular basis for disease

Author: Deanna Csomo McCool

Patricia Clark 250

Determining how proteins function on a molecular level is crucial to understanding the underlying basis for disease. Now scientists at the University of Notre Dame are one step closer to unraveling the mystery of how intrinsically disordered proteins work, according to new research published in Science. Read More