Research Related

June 24th, 2020

The Institute for Urban Policy Research is Making Sense of Regional COVID-19 Data

Regional cooperation, planning, and action—especially in the areas of healthcare and crisis response—are fundamentalduring this current COVID pandemic. A poster was created about this topic. Many of our systems and processes have not yet moved to embrace a regional perspective. Public health data continues to be county-focused, leaving policymakers and residents hunting for an accurate …read more

June 17th, 2020

Lab to Launch: Technology Ideation to Commercialization: From the Lens of an Academic Researcher

This Lab to Launch session by Dr. Shalini Prasad is entitled, “Technology Ideation to Commercialization: From the Lens of an Academic Researcher.” Dr. Shalini Prasad is the department head and a professor of bioengineering. Learn more about Dr. Prasad here: https://be.utdallas.edu/bioengineering/people/faculty/shalini-prasad/ “Lab to Launch” is the new seminar series for researchers interested in pursuing entrepreneurship. …read more

June 16th, 2020

Center Stage Seminar Series: Dr. Ted Price

The Center Stage Seminar Series events showcase the brilliant research taking place at The University of Texas at Dallas Centers. In this Center Stage Seminar Series event, Dr. Theodore (Ted) Price, Eugene McDermott Professor and Director of the Systems Neuroscience Program in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences and Director of the Center for …read more

June 16th, 2020

Consulting Webinar

Dr. Stuart Cogan, Professor of Bioengineering and Conor Wakeman, Assistant Director in the Office of Research Integrity and Outreach discuss best practices and advice for engaging in outside activities that offer personal and professional benefits while also contributing to the missions of The University of Texas at Dallas.

June 10th, 2020

20/20 Focus on Research: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Cancer Therapy

Juan Pablo Vizuet, a PhD candidate in Chemistry at the University of Texas at Dallas, presents his research titled, “Metal-Organic Frameworks for cancer therapy.” Abstract: Metal-Organic Frameworks or MOFs are hybrid materials containing both organic and inorganic components. My research focuses on the synthesis of MOFs that contain Holmium as the metal component, an element …read more

June 8th, 2020

The Closeout Process

Emily Lacy, Associate Director in the Office of Sponsored Projects and Natasha Hinton, Assistant Director in the Office of Financial Reporting detail the procedures involved in closing a sponsored project in this webinar.

June 8th, 2020

20/20 Focus On Research: Beyond Antibiotics: Towards Novel Therapies for Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection by Dr. Nicole De Nisco

The 20/20 Focus On Research Seminar Series by the University of Texas at Dallas focuses on individuals conducting important research at UT Dallas. This seminar, “Beyond antibiotics: towards novel therapies for recurrent urinary tract infection” by Dr. Nicole De Nisco, will discuss the development of new rUTI therapies. Current antibiotic therapies are becoming less and …read more

June 2nd, 2020

NSF Funds Dr. Valladares’ Space Science Project

The National Science Foundation (NSF), supported by the Geospace Facility’s Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments (DASI), funded Dr. Cesar Valladares’ research on DASI Track 2: Low-latitude Ionospheric Sensor Network (LISN) Investigations of Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances (TIDs) and Plasma Irregularities. The nearly $900,000 project seeks to provide the operations and maintenance of the LISN. His research …read more