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Fighting to Understand the Scientific Impact of Community

Fighting to Understand the Scientific Impact of Community

Playing in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro are 300 baboons that are the focus of one of the longest-running studies of wild primates. For more than 40 years, these Amboseli baboons and their ancestors have provided important data about questions...

Up Close with the Department Chair

Up Close with the Department Chair

Crislyn D’Souza-Schorey is Professor and Chair of the Department of Biological Sciences.  She is the first woman to serve in the role. In addition to oversight of a department of over 80 faculty and one of the largest undergraduate majors...

Q&A with Rose Donohue

Q&A with Rose Donohue

Eck Institute for Global Health Fellow and Triple Domer, Rose Donohue, walks us through her education journey, international research, and goals for the future. Rose is currently a PhD student in Edwin Micheal's lab in the Department of Biological Sciences.

Q&A with Shahriar Mobashery

Q&A with Shahriar Mobashery

Eck Institute for Global Health faculty member, Shahriar Mobashery, Navari Family Professor in Life Sciences in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, shares why he chose his career path, details of a recent lab reunion, and hopeful future plans.

Q&A with Lee Gettler

Q&A with Lee Gettler

Eck Institute for Global Health faculty affiliate, Lee Gettler, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology, discusses his fascinating work in the biology of fatherhood, helping students design research projects they are passionate about, and the struggle of achieving work-life balance as a tenure track faculty...

Q&A with Emmanuel Adu-Gyamfi

Q&A with Emmanuel Adu-Gyamfi

Emmanuel Adu-Gyamfi is a former Eck Institute for Global Health Fellow who earned his PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame under faculty advisor Robert Stahelin. His research focused on the Ebola virus. Learn about his current work and his favorite...

Q&A with Jolynn Meza Wynkoop

Q&A with Jolynn Meza Wynkoop

Jolynn Meza Wynkoop, 2018 graduate of the Master of Science in Global Health program, discusses what called her to the global health field, her current service with Catholic Medical Mission Board in Peru, and her plans for the future.

Q&A with Catherine Flanley

Q&A with Catherine Flanley

Catherine Flanley, Eck Institute for Global Health Fellow and member of Mary Ann McDowell's lab, shares details about her current work, memorable experiences at Notre Dame, and plans for the future.