More than 400 University of Iowa faculty and staff attended workshops and talks by TED speaker and consultant Melissa Marshall, an expert on helping scientists and other researchers communicate their work in accessible ways, during her visit to campus April 9-10.
Tapping the highly specialized expertise of a brain research lab at the University of Iowa, researchers have taken advantage of a rare opportunity to record directly from the brain of a person with tinnitus in order to find the brain networks responsible for this often debilitating condition.
There’s no other day during the school year when philanthropy is more visible on the University of Iowa campus than on Phil’s Day, Thursday, April 30. The fourth annual Phil's Day marks—literally—the impact of private gifts on UI facilities, programs, and people.
What can one researcher do with a terabyte of raw data? The Bioinformatics Division of the Iowa Institute of Human Genetics (IIHG) helps researchers across the university analyze, reduce, and focus large data sets to further their research.
Beginning fall 2016, the University of Iowa will offer bachelor’s degrees in public health, the first Board of Regents institution to offer an undergraduate major in the field. The degree program is expected to help meet Iowa’s need for public health trained professionals who can directly support citizens’ health.
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Learn about some of the proposals for new businesses made during the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center's Startup Games weekend to encourage UI student entrepreneurs.
The Iowa Institute of Human Genetics is offering a new test that will ensure that patients who may require specific pain medications, or need blood-thinning drugs to prevent heart attack or stroke, will receive medicine that is safe and effective, based on the patient's own genetic make-up.
Sarah Steinauer, a fourth-year accounting major from Macomb, Illinois, has been employed as an accounting assistant for the Division of Sponsored Programs since May 2014.
In preparation for the NEH Summer Stipend competition, the Office of Research & Economic Development is hosting a grant workshop on May 18.