All Entries by Sam Hostettler

Maria Barolina

March 19, 2013

Seeking new treatments for an incurable cancer

Maria Barbolina is one of six U.S. scientists honored by the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.

Brian Murphy scuba diving

March 7, 2013

Key to TB cure could lie underwater

College of Pharmacy researchers collect bacteria around the world in a hunt for new antibiotics.

Agata Lefere gives 8th grader Serina Hughes a dental exam

February 26, 2013

Free periodontal screenings assess risk for disease

For National Periodontal Health Month, the College of Dentistry’s postgraduate clinic is offering free periodontal evaluations through Friday.

Give Kids a Smile Day

February 20, 2013

Free periodontal exams at College of Dentistry

Free screenings Feb. 25 to March 1 are part of February’s focus on healthy gums.

Seungpyo Hong­

February 19, 2013

Lessons in nanotechnology from nature

Many lives are lost to cancer. If Seungpyo Hong can save even one, he will consider his work a success.

IV taped to hand

February 12, 2013

Pinpointing pain

Diana Wilkie can’t alleviate all the suffering in people’s lives, but she’s working to reduce their physical pain.

Give Kids a Smile Day

February 5, 2013

Oral health matters, even in tough times

The College of Dentistry doesn’t want oral health to be pushed aside during difficult economic times.

Woman prepares cells for bone marrow transplant

January 30, 2013

Exercise may speed recovery after transplant

Can exercise shorten recovery time after high-dose chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation?

Alexander Mankin

January 29, 2013

Understanding antibiotics

New College of Pharmacy research could help in the discovery of new drugs.

Pills in hand

January 22, 2013

Improper prescription drug use costs health care system $100B

Patients who fail to follow their prescribed treatments cost the U.S. health care system an estimated $100 billion annually.

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