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National Institute on Aging awards WVU nearly $1.4 million to support a stroke research training program

West Virginia University is committed to training a new generation of health care providers and scholars and recently received support from the National Institute on Aging to expand a pre-doctoral training program in stroke research. WVU’s Center for Basic and Translational Stroke Research received a grant award from the National Institute on Aging for total of nearly $1.4 million over five years.

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NSF awards research fellowships to two WVU students 

Two West Virginia University undergraduate students have been awarded National Science Foundation funded summer research fellowships with the National Institute for Standards and Technology, one of the leading research organizations in the world.

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WVU student selected to present liver disease research on Capitol Hill

One West Virginia University student’s research on sugary sodas and liver disease will take her to Capitol Hill this week to meet with congressional representatives and advocate for undergraduate research. Sundus Lateef of Bridgeport is one of 60 students selected nationally by the Council on Undergraduate Research to showcase her work to members of Congress and their staff at the annual Posters on the Hill session on April 25-26.

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Inaugural class of WVU biomedical engineers to present senior projects

Working in three teams, West Virginia University’s inaugural biomedical engineering class has developed an intraocular lens characterization, software that is about 90 percent accurate in diagnosing lung disease from the sound of a patient’s cough and formulated a printable ink for use in creating the next generation of flexible electrodes for brain recording and stimulation.

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