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Upcoming Lecture to Focus on Social Inequalities and Health Disparities Connected to COVID-19

October 23, 2020

13th annual Dorothy Hussain Distinguished Lectureship keynote speaker and panelists to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted local and national social inequalities and health disparities.


Toledo doctors start preparing for colder weather as it overlaps with pandemic

October 21, 2020

Dr. Joel Kammeyer, infectious disease specialist at The University of Toledo Medical Center and assistant professor in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, says wearing a mask during the winter will help the community more safely power through the flu season as it overlaps with the coronavirus pandemic.


‘God has given me a set of skills’ to help others, says doctor, mentor, volunteer

October 16, 2020

Dr. Richard Paat, clinical professor of medicine in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, is featured for his volunteer work with migrant communities in northwest Ohio. Read: ‘God has given me a set of skills’ to help others, says doctor, mentor, volunteer


‘Love Hormone’ Could Hold Key to Treating COVID

October 12, 2020

Ali Imami, graduate research assistant in the UToledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, found that oxytocin may have potential as a targeted treatment for cytokine storms in COVID-19 patients. Read: ‘Love Hormone’ Could Hold Key to Treating COVID


UT, BGSU land major Lake Erie algae grants

October 8, 2020

Dr. Jason Huntley, associate professor in the UToledo Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, received a $1.1 million grant from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to advance clean water technology. Read: UT, BGSU land major Lake Erie algae grants


UToledo Research Shows Potential of Artificial Intelligence to Screen for Cardiovascular Disease

October 8, 2020

UToledo scientists have shown it might be possible to use microorganisms in our digestive tracts to diagnose heart and vascular diseases.


UT scientist receives $1.1 million grant for work in clean water solutions

October 7, 2020

Dr. Jason Huntley, associate professor in the UToledo Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, received a $1.1 million grant from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to advance clean water technology. Read: UT scientist receives $1.1 million grant for work in clean water solutions


NOAA Grants Ohio Researchers $1.1M To Develop Global Solution for Filtering Freshwater

October 7, 2020

Dr. Jason Huntley, associate professor in the UToledo Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, received a $1.1 million grant from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to advance clean water technology. Read: NOAA Grants Ohio Researchers $1.1M To Develop Global Solution for Filtering Freshwater


UToledo Awarded $1.1 Million Federal Grant to Advance Clean Water Technology

October 7, 2020

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grant will advance a University of Toledo discovery that native Lake Erie bacteria can destroy toxins released during harmful algal blooms.


UT research throws a one-two punch at prostate cancer

October 5, 2020

Sayani Bhattacharjee, who is earning her PhD in The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences Biomedical Science Program, writes about her work finding new ways of overcoming resistance to Enzalutamide in prostate cancer patients. Read: UT research throws a one-two punch at prostate cancer