Director of biomedical innovations at the MU School of Medicine Institute for Clinical and Translational Science aimed to provide aid to the diabetic community.
The grant will be used to establish the Advancing Research and its Impact on Society Center.
Multiple categories encouraged creativity in entries, with bids starting from $1.25 to $100.
The study also aimed to understand the outcomes based on the instructor being certified as an elementary mathematics specialist.
Smith is the first MU professor to ever receive this award.
The East Campus Plant Growth Facility, a $28.2 million project, will finish construction in April, creating new opportunities for the MU plant community.
9.7 percent of Columbia’s population account for 24 to 33 percent of vehicle stops.
Skyler Kramer has worked in a different lab every year of college, exploring all manner of subjects.
Kale Monk’s study shows evidence that anxiety and depression can be a result of on-again, off-again relationships.
Cheryl Rosenfeld’s study shows evidence against FDA statement on the effects of BPA on rats’ brains.
Research discoveries, publications and fellowship opportunities show how professors are shaping MU and the world.
Research advancements and citizenship service recognized through UM System President's Awards.
Life Sciences Week took place from April 9-14 and was sponsored by the MU School of Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine and the College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources.
As the Sinclair School of Nursing’s first Discovery Fellow, Rachael Hillyer was awarded $2,000 and the opportunity to conduct research with an MU professor.
The Network for Educator Effectiveness was created in 2011 with the help of Christi Bergin, research professor in the College of Education.
Cartwright introduced a five-year plan to gain the attention of national research centers in the hopes of doubling MU’s funding.
Created in 1999, the free assessment determines a person’s willingness to take financial risks based on a 13-question survey.
Susanta Behura and his colleagues speculate that the disease can be prevented if mosquitoes’ receptors are manipulated.
The survey gathered data from almost 76 percent of alumni from the fall 2016, spring 2017 and summer 2017 graduating classes.
Douglas Wilbur researched how terrorist propaganda is constructed and viewed by investigating an online propaganda magazine used by the Islamic State group.