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Q&A with Rebecca Chase

Q&A with Rebecca Chase

Rebecca Chase is a 2020 graduate of the Master of Science in Global Health (MSGH) program. Her undergraduate degree is from Salisbury University with a major in Community Health Education and a minor in Ethnic and Intercultural Studies. In this spotlight,...
Researchers test drinking water, face masks for PFAS

Researchers test drinking water, face masks for PFAS

Scientists at the University of Notre Dame studying the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in consumer products and textiles have expanded their search for potential sources of PFAS exposure — developing an effective method of testing for PFAS...
Notre Dame Research announces 2022 Internal Grants Awardee

Notre Dame Research announces 2022 Internal Grants Awardee

Twenty-three new internal grants awards were announced today by Notre Dame Research. The grants were awarded to faculty from three Colleges and Schools in two categories: Equipment Restoration and Renewal and Library Acquisition. “Continuing to invest in the resources that...
MNID is Back!

MNID is Back!

MNID is back! The only regional meeting focusing on fungal and parasitic infections, an excellent opportunity for the Midwest mycology and parasitology community to meet in a relatively small group and learn from each other. We have a great lineup...
Q&A with Jessica Carney

Q&A with Jessica Carney

Jessica Carney is a current graduate student fellow at the Eck Institute for Global Health. She has a BA in Psychology from the University of Colorado, completed her Masters in Research and Experimental Psychology from the University of Notre Dame,...
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Blog: "Is Bangladesh entering the Era of Malaria Elimination?"

Eck Institute for Global Health affiliates Kasturi Haldar (Rev. Julius A. Nieuwland, C.S.C. Professor, Biological Sciences) and Neil Lobo (Research Professor, Biological Sciences) recently contributed to a blog featured on PLOS: Speaking of Medicine and Health for World Malaria Day.
Sean Cavany: Statistically Studying the Spread

Sean Cavany: Statistically Studying the Spread

A strong background in mathematics and statistics has allowed postdoctoral researcher Sean Cavany to address one of the most pressing issues of modern times: the spread of infectious disease. 
Back the Bend, Mulch Madness return in full

Back the Bend, Mulch Madness return in full

Back the Bend will return from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday (April 2) after a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, with volunteers lined up to participate in a variety of projects aimed at maintaining and improving the local...
Q&A with Professor Paul Perrin

Q&A with Professor Paul Perrin

Paul Perrin is the Director of Evidence and Learning for the Keough School's Pulte Institute for Global Development and an Associate Professor of the Practice in Global Health/Global Affairs. He is an affiliate of the Eck Institute for Global Health…
Women Lead 2022

Women Lead 2022

As we pursue an end to the pandemic, we seek a world that incorporates sustainability in every sense of the word, in every aspect of society. Meet seven Notre Dame women who are helping to create such a world through...
REDI-NET Mobile Application

REDI-NET Mobile Application

The Center for Research Computing at the University of Notre Dame is completing final beta-testing of the mobile application facilitating field surveillance of ticks, leeches, water, and soil. The meta-data collected with the samples will track through the steps from...
Pathogen Trackers

Pathogen Trackers

The University of Notre Dame has published the following story providing insight into the REDI-NET program: https://www.nd.edu/stories/pathogen-trackers/ Originally published by Maria Dahn at redi-net.nd.edu…
UND Sophomore gains experience

UND Sophomore gains experience

Brooke Rodriguez is an undergraduate student in the Class of 2024 at the University of Notre Dame pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a concentration in Life Sciences. She is a member of the Glynn Family Honors Program...
D’Souza-Schorey and Smith named as journal editors

D’Souza-Schorey and Smith named as journal editors

“I have been a proponent of open-access publishing because of the broad and inclusive reach it engenders,” D'Souza-Schorey said. “It is important to develop a journal editorial structure that is as diverse as the research community it represents, both scientifically...
Q&A with Maria Hinson Tobin

Q&A with Maria Hinson Tobin

Maria Hinson Tobin is an alumna of the Eck Institute for Global Health (EIGH) that was featured in the Notre Dame Alumni Association’s Domer Dozen in early 2021. In this spotlight, she discusses how she originally became interested in the...