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WVU researchers use AI to predict, detect Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers at West Virginia University have identified a set of diagnostic metabolic biomarkers that can help them develop artificial intelligence tools to detect Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages, as well as determine risk factors and treatment interventions.

Eight WVU graduate students receive Foundation scholarships to support research

The selected West Virginia University graduate students from across the U.S. and beyond are engaging in meaningful research as they complete their degrees with support from WVU Foundation scholarships. The awards help students defray costs and support the completion of their theses or dissertations.

WVU leading regional effort with $1M NSF award to accelerate energy technology, infrastructure

Members of the Resilient Energy Technology and Infrastructure team — spearheaded by Erienne Olesh, executive director at the WVU Office of Student and Faculty Innovation, and Sheena Murphy, associate vice president for research development at the WVU Research Office — will identify pathways for workforce development that align with energy technologies and policy development that accelerates adoption of those technologies.