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- Biochemistry Lab Positively Reacts to Passionate High School Intern
October 11, 2019
When nearing summer break, most high school sophomores are looking forward to taking time off from classwork and studying, but Emily Shang isn't like most of her peers. Instead of taking a couple months off, she searched the biographies of local professors with interesting lab work before landing on Zhihong Wang PhD, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry.
- Lab Harnesses the Power of Play to Boost Mathematic Achievement in Preschoolers
September 23, 2019
It isn't uncommon to hear the sound of children laughing while calling out numbers, followed by an enthusiastic, "good job!" as you near the lab of Vinaya Rajan PhD, assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience. Though it has the traditional sounds of an elementary school classroom, it's true students are in college, learning developmental psychology research through the Cognition, Learning, and School Success (CLASS) lab run by Dr. Rajan.
- Graduate Student in Wistar/USciences Cancer Biology Program Balances Research, Education, and Family
September 19, 2019
She has a lot on her plate: She is conducting exciting research for her Ph.D. thesis, has just submitted a paper for publication and is preparing to graduate next year, all the while raising two small children.
- Early Charm Ventures, L2C Partners and University of the Sciences Announce Launch of Abri Science
September 19, 2019
University of the Sciences (USciences) in collaboration with L2C Partners and Early Charm Ventures today announced the launch of Abri Science, an advanced materials company that is licensing technology invented at USciences for commercialization.
- USciences Student Explores Medical Field Through Competitive CHOP Internship
July 24, 2019
Cindy Hong Neuro'21 wrote a guest blog detailing her experiences at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute Summer Scholars Program (CRISSP), a competitive 10-week summer internship.
- Chemistry PhD Student James Gamrat Realizes Passion for Academia
July 18, 2019
Gamrat, who hopes to work at a University as a professor with his own research lab, has found success working in the chemistry department and various labs during his time as a PhD student at USciecnes.
- Fruit Fly Research Possible Key to Understanding Alzheimer's and Degenerative Diseases
July 16, 2019
Thanks to a new grant from the National Institute of Health, Maggie Pearce PhD, assistant professor of biology and neuroscience, is leading a new study to explore degenerative diseases using fruit flies.
- Biochemistry Student Gains Experience at Coveted Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Internship
July 16, 2019
Chosen as one of eighteen undergraduates from among more than 850 applicants, Blake Nelson BC'20 is gaining hands-on experience at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where eight Nobel laureates have contributed to major discoveries in science.
- Faculty Research: Climate Change Linked to Rise In Bacterial Infections
June 24, 2019
A new study of patient cases presenting with a deadly Vibrio vulnificus bacteria, suggests climate change and warming waters may be the cause of an increased number of infections in areas not previously impacted.
- Under the Microscope: Taking a Closer Look at USciences Faculty Research
May 16, 2019
A Q&A with faculty researchers to gain insight into the passion behind their fields of interest.
- USciences Professor Tapped by Sultanate of Oman to Explore Bacterial Resistance
May 06, 2019
On the front line of the fight against resistant infections in the Sultanate of Oman is Islam Ghazi PharmD, assistant professor of clinical pharmacy. Dr. Ghazi was selected to help the Sultanate of Oman for this international stewardship project with the country's ministry of health.
- Graduate Fellows Honored for Academic and Research Achievements
April 10, 2019
Graduate students and their advisors celebrated the students' academic and research achievements at the annual Graduate Fellows Reception on March 14, 2019, in Wilson Hall.
- USciences Student One of 40 Chosen Nationwide as Paul Ambrose Scholar
April 08, 2019
The choice to stick with the doctor of pharmacy program has proven to be one that's paid off; in 2019, Jenna Januszka became one of approximately 40 students chosen as a Paul Ambrose Scholar, a program that helps students integrate public health into their future clinical practice.
- Research Day Showcases Breadth of Student and Faculty Work at USciences
April 08, 2019
The 17th Annual Research Day was no different with more than 240 poster presentations from undergraduate and graduate students from programs across all three of USciences' colleges.
- USciences Researchers Awarded More than $3M in Grants and Contracts for 2018
March 28, 2019
Researchers and investigators from throughout University of the Sciences' three colleges were awarded $3.4 million in grant and contract funding in 2018 to support their ongoing investigations and support student involvement in research and training.
- Undergraduate Researchers Awarded Summer Research Grants
March 22, 2019
Undergraduate students who stay at the university throughout the summer to continue their research had the opportunity to thank their benefactor at the annual USciences Undergraduate Research Fund as well as to showcase their work at the USURF luncheon on March 12, 2019.
- Annual Festival Spotlights Undergraduate Student Researchers
March 22, 2019
Research by students in their undergraduate years was celebrated with a series of events highlighting the discoveries, networking, and sharing ideas. See who won the big awards.
- Graduate Student Earns Patent; Awaiting Another for Research Findings
March 19, 2019
Boyenoh Gaye, a PhD candidate studying pharmaceutics, was already working in the field as a senior scientist at GlaxoSmithKline when she began pursuing her doctorate. Since she returned to her studies, Gaye has earned a patent, filed for another provisional patent and been published in major publications and asked to present at major conferences and meetings.
- USciences Celebrates Its 198-Year History at Founders' Day
February 18, 2019
With pomp and circumstance, USciences faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends marked 198 years since the University was established at a special Founders' Day ceremony on Feb. 14, 2019.