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September 30th, 2019

Big Cat Conflicts in Guyana with Andrew Stoeckel

Last summer, Andrew Stoeckl traveled to Guyana with Dr. Anthony Cummings of the Geospatial Information Science department at UT Dallas to look at human-wildcat interactions. Since returning, he has been analyzing obtained data to be included in various publications. During our conversation, Andrew reflected on his favorite aspect of research and lends advice to students …read more

September 18th, 2019

BONES with Dr. Danieli Rodrigues

Dr. Danieli Rodrigues is an Associate Professor in the department of Bioengineering at UT Dallas. She runs the BONE (Biomaterials for Osseointegration and Novel Engineering) lab to develop novel biomaterials for bone-contacting interfaces to address current challenges related to implant performance and biomaterial-implant-body interactions. Dr. Rodrigues was recently awarded a CoBRA (Collaborative Biomedical Research Award) …read more

August 27th, 2019

2019 WOW Poster Competition

On August 22, 2019, the Office of Research hosted the 2nd annual Weeks of Welcome Poster Competition. Students from the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics presented recent work to a campus audience. You can view the submitted posters here.

August 22nd, 2019

The Future of Medicine in Virtual Reality with Joel Rizzo

Joel Rizzo is a student programmer in the Center for Modeling and Simulation, humans and synthetics lab with Dr. Majorie Zielke. He is currently working on an Emotive Virtual Patient (EVP) project which is a collaborative research effort between UT Dallas and UT Southwestern to create an augmented-reality patient with natural language processing (NLP) that …read more

August 1st, 2019

R.O.A.D. to DC: Dr. Catherine Thorn

Dr. Catherine Thorn is an Assistant Professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences at UT Dallas. Her research examines how learning-related changes in neural activity within the cortex and basal ganglia support memory encoding and behavioral performance improvement. We caught up with Dr. Thorn to discuss current progress with her research as well …read more

August 1st, 2019

Open Science Framework

The Office of Research is proud to announce the broad availability of OSF.io. The Open Science Framework is a platform to publicly share, host, and maintain your research artifacts. This includes but is not limited to lab documentation, research preregistration, publications, data sets, workflows, and data management plans. OSF also enables you and your team …read more

June 13th, 2019

Q&A with 2019 Mitchell Max Award Recipient

Dr. Michael Burton is an Assistant Professor in the Systems Neuroscience Program in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently awarded Dr. Burton the 2019 Mitchell Max Award for his research on Delayed Onset of Neuropathic Pain in Aged Males After Peripheral Nerve Injury. Dr. Burton took a …read more

June 10th, 2019

Register for the UTD Microscopy Workshop

The Office of Research is excited to announce that registration for UTD Microscopy Workshop Summer 2019 is now open. The workshop will cover the basics of microscopy and image processing. We will spend some time exploring various tissue clearing, 3D data processing and large volume data set handling as the theme of the microscopy workshop …read more

May 9th, 2019

Spring 2019 Poster Competition

PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering, Nastaran Nikooienejad presents her research at the Spring 2019 Poster Competition.

On April 18, 2019, the Office of Research hosted the Spring 2019 Poster Competition. The event is to promote student development, community involvement, and networking opportunities. You can view the poster submissions here.

March 6th, 2019

Q&A with Dr. Kantarcioglu

We are surrounded by an incredible expanse of data, created at an exponential rate and offered on a multitude of electronic devices; a wealth of significant information at the ready to benefit a population eager to absorb it. Can this bountiful data be protected from theft, exploitation, and other misuse yet still be shared with …read more