Dr. Seth Hays received $2,317,051 from The Department of Defense’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs for his research on Targeted Plasticity Therapy for the Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder.
NIH awarded Dr. Muhammad Saad Yousuf $3,143,587 for his research on Targeting Methylglyoxal-induced Diabetic Neuropathic Pain via the Integrated Stress Response.
Dr. Shengwang Du received $2,000,000 from NSF for his research on QuSec-TAQS: Nanodiamond Quantum Sensing for Four-Dimensional Live-Cell Imaging.
NIH awarded Dr. Michael Derek Rugg $3,305,350 for his research on Neural Selectivity, Retrieval-Related Reinstatement, and Age-Related Memory Decline.
A one-of-a-kind Energy Storage Systems Campus (ESSC), led by the University of Texas at Dallas, is assisting with reshoring lithium-ion battery manufacturing and driving advances in battery chemistry, prototype production, and workforce development. Read more about this exciting endeavor here. UT Dallas will develop and commercialize new technologies and manufacturing processes, make raw materials more …read more
Dr. Simon Fass receives $200,000 in grants from two nonprofits supported by Communities Foundation of Texas (CFT)
The purpose is to help two North Texas service organizations, Youth With Faces (YWF) and Café Momentum (CM), self-assess and strengthen their efforts to improve life courses of justice-involved youth.
The Human Subjects Research Office is pleased to announce that Genny Whidby, a member of The Baby Brain Lab, has been selected as the recipient of the Fall 2023 HIVE Award! Genny graduated from UT Dallas with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and currently works as the Lab Manager and Research Assistant in the …read more
Dr. Zare’s research will center on the stochastic modeling and analysis of random surface roughness.
Professor Baughman’s research will address the fabrication and characterization of nanofibers and their transformation into inexpensive, high performance artificial muscles and mechanical energy harvesters.
Dr. Price’s research will focus on the neuromodulatory regulation of synaptic plasticity in spinal nociceptive circuits.