Donald Anderson, Gary Christensen, and Harriet Nembhard have been named members of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) College of Fellows.
This year’s 39th annual Presidential Lecture features presentations from three of Iowa’s most distinguished areas: health care, writing, and space physics.
This is the largest donation the University of Iowa has received in its 175-year history.
University of Iowa researchers are using artificial intelligence to address vision impairments in prematurely born babies. The research, led by Michael Abramoff, professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, was featured in the NIH director’s blog.
The Communicating Ideas program, now in its tenth year, is a half-day, intensive media and communications training workshop scheduled for July 15, 2022.
On a frigid morning in mid-January, tiny flurries swirled outside the University of Iowa State Hygienic Lab building as an unusual sight, an eighteen-wheeler UPS semi-truck, slowly backed up to the loading dock with a daily delivery of samples. Inside the truck was a record-breaking haul: fifty-five 4’ x 4’ bags containing COVID-19 test kits from Iowans across the state. Each bag contained approximately 100 saliva samples carefully packaged in small white cardboard boxes, for a total delivery of approximately 5,500 tests. The truck would return every day for the next week with a similar haul.
Christopher Cooper, professor of urology at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, was awarded the Pediatric Urology Device Prize from the Southwest National Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium for a home-based pediatric cystomanometer. The device allows for more accessible and frequent bladder pressure monitoring at home.
Seven University of Iowa researchers have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general-scientific society.
Tom Schnell, director of the UI’s Operator Performance Labortaory, is featured in this story about how artificial intelligence technology is being developed to fly warplanes.
Transformational Faculty Hiring Program will provide funding to attract outstanding faculty in strategic areas
The University of Iowa Office of the President and Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost are launching a program to hire tenured faculty who can have a transformational impact on the university because of their expertise in strategic areas of scholarship and teaching.