The Medical Center’s Ann Falsey and Angela Branche, both with the Vaccine and Treatment and Evaluation Unit, are leading an NIH-sponsored clinical trial of remdesivir in the treatment of COVID-19.
The High-Energy-Density Physics Theory Group at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics studied how matter under high-pressure conditions might emit or absorb radiation.
Nanomembranes, optical sensors, and blood analysis: Rochester faculty are turning previous research avenues to focus on ways to quickly detect novel coronavirus to speed treatment.
President Sarah Mangelsdorf has been elected to one of the nation’s most highly regarded academic organizations, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
In advance of this week’s Fed meeting, Kocherlakota calls on the Fed to prohibit banks from paying dividends to shareholders. “Banks should be keeping as much capital as they can,” he says.
A student’s dazzling image of recrystallized urea, viewed under a microscope and shot with an i名门棋牌Phone, takes the top prize in the annual Art of Science competition.
This spring, the University of Rochester’s International Theatre Program dives into the work of Everybody, and it is certainly not your typical theatrical production, with student actors playing a different role each night.
University Health Service staff members organized a “Drive-by Good-bye” for Liz Feuerstein, a UHS staff nurse who retired from the University after almost 32 years of service on Friday, May 1. Several former University staff and retirees came back to campus for the socially-distanced retirement event, including nurse coworkers from over years. The Department of Public Safety led the parade.
It’s a bittersweet spring for the University’s 名门棋牌 Davis Projects for Peace and DAAD RISE winners. Fifteen students were selected for the summer programs, which have been canceled.
The national scholarship, which helps cover tuition, room, board, and fees, was authorized by Congress to ensure a continuing source of highly qualified STEM professionals pursuing careers in research.
Environmental scientist Lee Murray tells City Newspaper that the area’s nitrogen dioxide concentrations in March were 30 percent lower than in March 2019. But the benefit won’t last, he says.
The coronavirus pandemic “has exposed the limits of such an individualistic approach” to health care, writes University health policy historian Mical Raz in the Washington Post.
Like infectious disease researchers, climate change scientists have warned for decades that we are unprepared. Rochester astrophysicist Adam Frank says, “It’s time to wake up.”
The drive-thru event is the result of a collaboration between the University, the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County, Dairy Farmers of America, and local farmers.
In a special live Zoom event, students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends, and families from around the world can join in to hear about the many ways the University has addressed the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adam Snyder, assistant professor of brain and cognitive sciences and neuroscience, has received a Sloan Research Fellowship, awarded to young scientists considered to be future leaders in the scientific community.