Four faculty members from the University of Notre Dame have received awards from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute’s (CTSI) Reciprocal Innovation Grants Program.
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame and the University of Florida have developed a sensor that could diagnose a heart attack in less than 30 minutes, according to a study published in Lab on a Chip.
The new PDT committee is chaired by the University of Notre Dame’s Nitesh Chawla, the Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and the founding director of the Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society.
Led by the University of Notre Dame and implemented by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), the AEGIS research team will begin the first of four planned trials in Kenya.
Faculty are invited to apply for two programs within the Notre Dame Research Internal Grants Program. The deadline to apply to the available grants is Friday, April 9, 2021 by 5:00 p.m. EST.
The University of Notre Dame and IUPUI have received a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to expand the Notre Dame Lead Innovation Team’s pilot lead screening program to Indiana’s Marion and Vigo counties.
The new Analytical Science and Engineering at Notre Dame Core Facility is now available to faculty, staff, and students at the University of Notre Dame, as well as external academic and industry users.
Catherine Bolten discusses her research and upcoming presentation for the Health and Well-being Initiative's "COVID-19: What Comes Next?" virtual forum on December 4.
Changes in climate can increase infectious disease risk in animals, researchers found — with the possibility that these diseases could spread to humans, they warn.
Kathleen Sobiech discusses her research and upcoming presentation for the Health and Well-being Initiative's "COVID-19: What Comes Next?" virtual forum on December 4.
Starting in October, each Monday from 6 to 7 p.m. EST, coronavirus experts will discuss a new aspect or angle of the pandemic, such as epidemiology, food security, public health, racial inequities, testing, vaccines, and evidence used to inform decisions...
A new study from Notre Dame, which focused on baboons, has found no evidence that accelerated reproduction is an evolutionarily beneficial response to early life adversity.
The program aims to support students across the University with an interest in topics that impact global health.
The Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics research center announced new awards to enable faculty researchers to pivot or expand their existing research to address the detection, diagnosis, treatment, or prognosis of COVID-19 viral infections and related serious medical conditions.
The University of Notre Dame has received $172.5 million in new research funding awards for fiscal year 2020 – the second highest in its history.
On Wednesday, June 10, 2020 researchers and stakeholders from universities and institutions from around the state participated in the virtual Indiana-wide COVID-19 Research Networking Event.
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Research Computing are recording details about the coronavirus vaccine candidates currently in development as well as the progress of those candidates via a new interactive online tool.
Developed for government and public health service officials, the portal models predict COVID-19 disease transmission by using county data of daily reported infections and current human movement restrictions, such as shelter-in-place and social distancing orders.
Faculty from the University of Notre Dame have completed more than a year of research funded through the Health and Well-being Initiative’s Catalyst Seed Grant Program.
While the University of Notre Dame has continued its commitment to inquiry and endeavor over the entirety of its history, creating the circumstances for achievement has evolved over time. Upon inauguration, Father Jenkins set out to lead a great Catholic...
Six teams competed in the University of Notre Dame’s 2020 Global Health Case Competition. Hosted by the Eck Institute for Global Health, the competition challenged Notre Dame graduate and undergraduate students to develop a plan for delivering vaccinations for measles...
Nine graduate students from the University of Notre Dame have joined the Eck Institute for Global Health’s fellowship program. The program aims to support students across the University with an interest in topics that impact global health.