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Notre Dame entomologists help discover new species of malaria-transmitting mosquito

September 29, 2012

University of Notre Dame entomologists are part of a team of researchers that recently discovered a potentially dangerous new malaria-transmitting mosquito. The as-yet-unnamed, and previously unreported, mosquito breeds in the western areas of Kenya and has an unknown DNA match to any of the existing malaria-transmitting species ...

ND Freshman Launches Into Research and is Published by his Sophomore Year

September 25, 2012

Olaf Rodriguez hit the ground running when he arrived at Notre Dame in the Fall of 2011.  Coming to Notre Dame and being part of the Multicultural Student Program and Service’s Building Bridges Program launched him toward unique opportunities ...

New research could provide new insights into tuberculosis and other diseases

September 18, 2012

Researchers Patricia A. Champion and Matthew Champion from the University of Notre Dame’s Eck Institute for Global Health have developed a method to directly detect bacterial protein secretion, which could provide new insights into a variety of diseases including tuberculosis ...

The Technology of Non-Violence

September 13, 2012

Director of Training for the Eck Institute for Global Health at Notre Dame, Joseph Bock, PhD, introduces his new book, "The Technology of Non-Violence."

Eck Institute for Global Health 2012-2013 Fellowships Awarded

September 04, 2012

Through a competitive process, the Eck Institute for Global Health has selected seven outstanding University of Notre Dame PhD candidates who will receive fellowships for the 2012-2013 year ...