Notre Dame’s Institute for Precision Health has awarded funding to researchers spanning multiple departments at the University, as well as to colleagues at partner schools.
At the University of Notre Dame, the Integrated Imaging Facility is a state-of-the-art research core facility that consolidates the University's imaging capacity and augments it with powerful new imaging modalities.
The University of Notre Dame received $222.7 million in research award funding for fiscal year 2021. This is more than $42 million over the previous record and the first time the University has surpassed the $200 million mark.
The Integrated Imaging Facility (NDIIF) at the University of Notre Dame is currently installing two new research instruments with wide-ranging applications in elemental research, materials science, and cancer research.
Nine graduate students from the University of Notre Dame will participate in the graduate fellowship program. The program aims to support students across the University who have an interest in global health research.
Santiago Schnell, chair of the Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology at the University of Michigan Medical School, has been appointed the William K. Warren Foundation Dean of the College of Science at the University of Notre Dame by University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.
Five students from the University of Notre Dame have received fellowships through the Institute for Precision Health’s (IPH) fellowship programs. The Institute for Precision Health supports several programs and research experiences for student researchers during a key part of their education, both on campus and with clinical collaborators.
On Juneteenth, we reflect on our desire to be an inclusive community that affirms the intrinsic dignity and worth of every human being. Diversity, in its many forms, is an essential part of an inclusive community.
Patricia L. Clark, Rev. John Cardinal O’Hara Professor of Chemistry and director of the Biophysics Instrumentation Core Facility, has been named an associate vice president for research at the University of Notre Dame, effective July 1, 2021. Clark will be responsible for research development, including assisting faculty in developing a...
On Tuesday (May 25), Marie Lynn Miranda, Charles and Jill Fischer Provost at the University of Notre Dame, announced the winners of several annual awards as part of a broader recognition of all those Notre Dame faculty members who have achieved career milestones this spring. Faculty Milestones and Promotions…
The University of Notre Dame College of Science hosted its first ever college-wide undergraduate diploma ceremony on Saturday, May 22, 2021, honoring the 455 students who were conferred Bachelor of Science degrees.
Twenty-three researchers from the University of Notre Dame have received awards through the Notre Dame Research (NDR) Internal Grant Program. The goal of this program is to support outstanding research, scholarship, or creative endeavor that will make a major contribution in any field of study.
László Forró, professor at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Institute of Physics of Condensed Matter in Switzerland, has been named the inaugural director of the new Stavropoulos Center for Complex Quantum Matter at the University of Notre Dame, beginning in the fall of 2021.
Walther Cancer Foundation and Notre Dame Benefactors Endow Cancer Cure Ventures Program Effective eradication of cancer calls for a spectrum of approaches along the basic to clinical research continuum to develop an understanding of how to detect cancers in early stages, how tumors progress and metastasize, and how to treat...
The College of Science at the University of Notre Dame is proud to bestow the 2021 Father James L. Shilts, C.S.C./Doris and Gene Leonard Teaching Award upon James Parise, Ph.D., and the 2021 College Research Award upon T. Alex Perkins, Ph.D. …
In testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation on Wednesday (April 14), Marie Lynn Miranda said ensuring America’s national security and global competitiveness for the future requires us to attract more women and underrepresented minorities to STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields.
The announcement comes in advance of the University opening a clinic Thursday (April 8) with the Pfizer-BioNTech two-dose vaccine, making it especially easy for current students to meet the vaccine requirement.
The Frazier Thompson Scholarship has been broadened to provide grants in seven categories to undergraduate, graduate and professional students who have helped achieve the fund’s primary goal of enhancing the experience of Black students.
13th Annual Rare Disease Conference Advancing Research, Therapy and Patient Advocacy Mondays through May 3 | 2:20–5:20 pm ET | Registration is required but there is no fee Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Center for Rare and Neglected Diseases could not host the Annual ND Rare Disease Day conference in-person this year. Instead,...
Research from the group of Rebecca Whelan, Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, is featured on the cover of the March 14, 2021 issue of Analytical Methods. Whelan and graduate student Simon Weaver have demonstrated the use fluorescence anisotropy assays with low-volume, high-efficiency plates for aptamer-protein binding measurements.