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Notre Dame in Chile: Exchanging ideas and creating pathways for collaboration

Author: Tammi Freehling

Group from Notre Dame Colleges of Science and Engineering in Chile with Catolica colleagues.

In April 2018, a delegation from Notre Dame visited with colleagues from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Católica) in Santiago, Chile. The trip was led by Mary Galvin, William K. Warren Family Foundation Dean of the College of Science; and Peter Kilpatrick, Matthew H. McCloskey Dean of the College of Engineering, and included faculty and advisory council members. Galvin and Kilpatrick sought to engage in dialogue with peers, exchange ideas, and create pathways for collaboration between scientists and researchers at both institutions. Read More

Notre Dame researchers collaborate in discovery of potential stroke therapy

Author: Deanna Csomo McCool

Mayland Chang and Shahriar Mobashery

A study by researchers at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Missouri at Columbia shows in mice that early administration of a potent compound may increase the window of time in which some stroke patients can receive tPA, a therapeutic that dissolves blood clots. Read More

Notre Dame technology licensed worldwide: Hsiri Therapeutics enters into a license and research collaboration agreement with Shionogi &Co., Ltd. for the treatment of mycobacterial diseases

Author: Nick Swisher

University of Notre Dame licensee Hsiri Therapeutics, Inc., with its corporate headquarters located in Media, PA, has entered into a license agreement with Shionogi & Co., Ltd. regarding a collaborative licensing, research and development program to discover and develop novel therapeutics for non-tuberculous mycobacterial (NTM Read More

Researchers use novel technique to overcome limitations of electronic devices

Author: Brandi Klingerman

Modern electronic devices and components are made up of fundamental building blocks known as transistors. The role of a transistor is to behave as an electrical switch, passing information through an electrical circuit, but balancing the transistor’s switching speed and voltage while avoiding excessive heat production present a problem. To overcome this challenge, researchers from Cornell University, the University of Notre Dame, and the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, have created a hybrid semiconductor-superconductor device that may help develop enhanced transistor devices for use in applications such as wireless communications. Read More

Notre Dame researcher addresses global health challenges in St. Joseph County

Author: Brandi Klingerman

Indiana is in the bottom 10 states for infant mortality with a 2016 infant mortality rate (IMR) of 7.5. This means more than seven children die out of every 1,000 births. Unfortunately, St. Joseph County’s IMR was even higher, with an 8.2 IMR average from 2012 to 2016. To better understand what can be done to decrease this rate Elizabeth A. McCue, a global health research associate for the Eck Institute for Global Health, has teamed with the St. Joseph County Health Department to assess local health initiatives and see where they are most effective and how they could be improved. Read More

Leiva Graduate Fellowship in Precision Medicine awarded to bioengineering graduate student

Author: Brandi Klingerman

Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics has awarded Kimberly Curtis, bioengineering graduate student, the Leiva Graduate Fellowship in Precision Medicine. The fellowship recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding performance or who bring special qualities or abilities to the University of Notre Dame in the area of Precision Medicine research. Read More

Indiana CTSI launching new program to engage Indiana residents in improving health through research

Author: Andrea Zeek

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The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI), a research partnership among Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame, has launched a new program called “All IN for Health” to help grow public awareness of the state’s current health challenges and to invite the public’s participation into research studies taking place at our academic partner institutions. Read More