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Summer Internship Week 1

Summer Internship Week 1

I arrived at the Old Woman Creek National Estuary Research Reserve a week ago today. The first week was pretty slow since I had to read up on some papers concerning the surveying of aquatic plants in the estuary itself, something I do not have experience in, so I mostly […]

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June 29, 2015 at 3:32 pmResearch

Jokisch Publishes Article on Return Migration to Ecuador

Dr. Brad Jokisch

Dr. Brad D. Jokisch, Associate Professor of Geography at Ohio University, published an article on “Ecuador: From Mass Emigration to Return Migration?” for the Migration Policy Institute. Ecuador’s geographical variety is nearly matched by its diverse migration patterns. Although it is a small Andean country of approximately 15.7 million people, […]

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June 11, 2015 at 9:56 pmResearch

Lee Edits Book on ‘College Students’ Experiences of Power and Marginality’

Dr. Elizabeth Lee

Dr. Elizabeth Lee, Assistant Professor of Sociology, co-edited College Students’ Experiences of Power and Marginality: Sharing Spaces and Negotiating Differences, with Chaise LaDousa, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Hamilton College. (Routledge 2015). As scholars and administrators have sharpened their focus on higher education beyond trends in access and graduation rates […]

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June 4, 2015 at 2:16 pmResearch

MCB Researchers Present at American Association for Cancer Research

MCB Researchers Present at American Association for Cancer Research

Dr. Shiyong Wu, Director of Edison Biotechnology Institute and Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, and Dr. Xiaozhuo Chen, Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences, and their research teams attended the meeting and presented their novel discoveries in cancer research at the 2015 American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting in Philadelphia […]

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June 2, 2015 at 11:35 amResearch

Abu-Rish Shows Different Side to History of Newly Independent Lebanon

Dr. Ziad Abu-Rish

The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies (LCPS) interviewed Dr. Ziad Abu-Rish, Assistant Professor of History at Ohio University, about the role of “the state, or lack thereof,” in the contemporary history of Lebanon—looking back to the first 15 years after independence from France in 1943, a period that predates the country’s […]

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May 27, 2015 at 6:03 pmFaculty in the News In the News Research

MCB Alum Studies Human Grown Hormone and Eye Disease

Juan Ding '09Ph.D.

Dr. Juan Ding, a 2009 alum of the interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Molecular and Cellular Biology, continues to follow a translational path of “bench to bedside” and the philosophy of her Ph.D. adviser and mentor Dr. John Kopchick, Goll Ohio Eminent Scholar. Kopchick, known for promoting a culture in his […]

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May 27, 2015 at 10:49 amAlumni Research

Tanda Looks at Protein’s Role in Human Health

Tanda Looks at Protein’s Role in Human Health

By Andrea Gibson and Philip Barnes Hearing loss. Birth defects. Cancer. What do these medical problems have in common? Two Ohio University biology researchers think that one tiny protein in the body may play a key role in regulating these issues. Dr. Mark Berryman, Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences, and […]

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May 26, 2015 at 3:30 pmResearch