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Integrative Science and Engineering Center


The Integrative Science and Engineering Center addresses emerging challenges affecting populations on a local, regional, and global level through research and discovery. Our thematic areas of interest include biomedical, biomolecular, and environmental research.

As a vital part of our teams, undergraduate and graduate students gain authentic research experience, training to become the next generation of scientists and engineers using integrated approaches to solve broad challenges of societal relevance.

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Research 01.31.22

University of Dayton senior Hannah Darnell was one of two undergraduate students selected to present research at the 2021 Midwest Drosophila Conference in October at Indiana University in Bloomington. She was awarded honorable mention for her presentation.

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Research 12.06.21

The American Association of University Women awarded Loan Bui, visiting assistant professor of biology, a $29,680 fellowship to help further her research at the University of Dayton on cures for diseases such as cancer.

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Sciences 10.25.21

The National Institutes of Health awarded University of Dayton geneticists Amit Singh and Madhuri Kango-Singh a five-year, $1.65 million grant to study how genes regulate three-dimensional patterning and growth during early eye development to understand the genetic basis of childhood retinal diseases and birth defects in the human eye.

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Integrative Science and Engineering Center

O'Reilly Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2357


Summer CoRPs (Collaborative Research Projects) provide opportunities for students to conduct full-time summer research in the sciences, engineering and mathematics.

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Research Clusters

Faculty from the sciences and engineering conduct research across a wide range of disciplines.

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