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VISE affiliate receives prestigious NIH award for her research on Alzheimer’s Disease

Nov. 3, 2022—Biomedical engineering doctoral student Sarah Goodale has been awarded a National Institute on Aging Transition to Postdoc Fellowship for her proposed work on investigating fatigue and sleep disturbance symptoms in Alzheimer’s Disease and their relationship with functional and structural properties of the brain and intellectual decline. The National Institutes of Health NIA F99/K00 award supports...

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Engineering researcher Catie Chang harnesses the power of computational analysis to gain new insights into how the brain works

Oct. 27, 2022—Advances in neuroimaging over the past 25 years have ushered in nothing short of a revolution in technology for understanding the human brain. These new technologies have opened broad vistas for scientists, from being able to pinpoint regions of the brain responsible for various functions and behaviors to targeting new treatments for illnesses ranging from...

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Vanderbilt researchers provide hope with innovative breast cancer vaccine

Oct. 27, 2022—As a child, Jenna Dombroski was at her grandfather’s bedside when cancer took his life. A scientist, he was her inspiration. Years later, the Vanderbilt University Ph.D. student and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow is honoring him by leading the development of what appears to be a promising treatment for breast cancer metastasis, and...

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No. 1-ranked online master’s in computer science augments Vanderbilt’s tech offerings

Oct. 25, 2022—Vanderbilt University’s online master’s degree program in computer science is quickly making a name for itself — and drawing increased interest from a wide array of working professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of digital technology. Since the program began in 2019, it has attracted students from industries such as banking and finance, manufacturing, entertainment,...

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Vanderbilt receives two CIVIC Awards from the National Science Foundation

Oct. 24, 2022—Two Vanderbilt researchers are among a handful nationwide that have received Civic Innovation Challenge (CIVIC) planning grants from the National Science Foundation, which were announced October 17. The purpose of the NSF CIVIC program is to accelerate the transition to practice of foundational research and emerging technologies into communities through civic-engaged research. Both pilot projects—one...

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Volunteer drivers needed for first-of-its-kind research project

Oct. 20, 2022—Vanderbilt researchers are seeking up to 150 local volunteer drivers to participate in a novel traffic study using I-24 MOTION  from November 14-18. The study, being led by School of Engineering professors Jonathan Sprinkle and Dan Work, will assess the impact of specially equipped vehicles to smooth traffic and thereby improve fuel efficiency. The experiments...

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Vanderbilt honors three distinguished engineering faculty

Oct. 14, 2022—Three prominent faculty members are among the School of Engineering’s most recent honorees. Christos Constantinidis, Stevenson Chair Mark Abkowitz, Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Gábor Karsai, Distinguished Professor of Computer Science “These faculty members are engaged in cutting-edge research that will have transformative effects,” said Philippe Fauchet, Bruce and Bridgitt Evans Dean of...

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Audrey Bowden receives NIH funding to develop point-of-care detection of jaundice in newborns

Oct. 13, 2022—Audrey Bowden, Dorothy J. Wingfield Phillips Chancellor’s Faculty Fellow and associate professor of biomedical and electrical engineering, has won a grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering to develop a novel noninvasive smartphone-integrated device to provide accurate, point-of-care detection of jaundice in newborns of all skin tones. Audrey Bowden Newborns have immature...

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