Three Iowa legislators met with researchers and innovators engaged in COVID-19 testing, autonomous rural vehicles, and other areas of discovery during a visit to the University of Iowa Nov. 9 hosted by the UI Office for the Vice President for Research.
While it’s not, technically, a business, Iowa’s State Hygienic Lab (SHL) has demonstrated incredible innovation and dedication since it became ground zero for most of Iowa’s COVID-19 testing.
That’s why SHL and Director Mike Pentella were recently given the Driver award as part of the sixth annual Gazette Business Awards.
If the State Hygienic Laboratory’s Coralville operation is headquarters in Iowa’s war on COVID-19, Connie Henderson is the lab’s forward scout and envoy to clinics across the state.
The State Hygienic Laboratory (SHL) has been in the spotlight since the beginning of the COVD-19 pandemic.
The State Hygienic Laboratory (SHL) was recognized by the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, at its recent meeting for its heroic handling of statewide testing for the coronavirus.
At the board’s July 29 meeting, the board signed a resolution lauding the work of its three schools for their response following Iowa Gov. Kim Reynold’s declaration of a State of Public Health Disaster Emergency in March.
This semester’s Science on Tap series will explore the science of pathogen investigation, showcase graduate researchers and scholars, and examine school equity issues.
A collaboration between the Research Development Office in the UI Office of the Vice President for Research and Hancher, Science on Tap invites the campus and surrounding community to hear about the latest research and scholarship in a fun, relaxed, and interactive atmosphere.