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Kent Wired

Robert Clements is an associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences. 

Kent State professor conducts research to integrate computer science, biomedical data processing

Morgan Boyd Reporter April 9, 2021

As demand for advances that speed up data analysis and allow for less human error continues to increase, associate professor Robert Clements is studying to develop technologies to evaluate medical data...

Field hockey adjusting to a unique season

Azure Fernsler, Danielle Hamm and the rest of the Kent State field hockey team arrive at Murphy-Mellis Field ready for practice on a cold, snowy February Tuesday. The pitch is covered with several inches...

Kent State University assistant professor of biological sciences, Min-Ho Kim has been awarded a five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health for the development and further research and advancement of “nanobombs”. 

Biological sciences professor awarded grant to study wound healing

Jessa Schroeder July 16, 2015

Kent State biological sciences assistant professor Min-Ho Kim was awarded a five-year grant of more than $1.8 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study how wounds heal.He will be researching...

Sean Veney, associate professor of biological sciences at Kent State, examines the differences between a male and female animal model in a Cunningham Hall laboratory.

Taxpayer money funds gender-biased medical research

Kaitlynn LeBeau October 23, 2014

Tax dollars help pay for many different federally funded industries.One of them is medical research — a billion-dollar industry that looks for cures and answers to fight serious and fatal diseases.But...

More than 100 monitoring for symptoms after potential contact with Dallas nurse with Ebola

Emily Mills October 19, 2014

More than 150 people are being monitored for Ebola because they might have come in contact with Amber Vinson, the second Texas nurse diagnosed with Ebola after treating Thomas Duncan, the first Ebola death...

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