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News releases older than 2015 can be found at the University's eCommons site.

Research February 20, 2013
Regeneration Roadmap

Research at the University of Dayton identifies the process -- at the genetic level -- newts use to regenerate tissue.

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Health October 22, 2012
Fixing a Sticky Situation

Research to be presented at national conference shows sticky proteins are responsible for the fusing surgical screws and plates used in bone repair.

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Teacher Education July 17, 2012
New Healthcare Courses

The University is launching accelerated healthcare training programs for dental assistants, clinical medical assistants and pharmacy technicians.

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Health July 13, 2012
Seeing Clearly

A research team has identified a "roadmap" for preventing secondary cataracts by stopping them before they start.

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Research June 27, 2012
'Holy Grail' of Tissue Repair

A University of Dayton bioengineering lab designed carbon-based scaffolds that promote faster healing and offer greater function of injured tissue.

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Health June 18, 2012
Physician Assisting

The University has hired a director to lead a proposed physician assistant program expected to enroll students in August 2014.

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Campus and Community February 14, 2012
Medicine and Spirit

The Dayton region's third-annual Health Care Symposium will focus on medicine and spirituality and the Patient-Centered Medical Home.

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Research January 03, 2012
Is Pregnancy a Disability?

Law professor's research says the Americans with Disabilities Act should be expanded to include pregnant workers.

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Health December 15, 2011
Is it Safe?

The NIH awarded $350,000 to the University to study the potential negative effects of nanoparticles in common, everyday products.

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Health November 03, 2011
Frozen Alive

A frog that can survive freezing temperatures may hold key to preserving human organs scheduled for transplant.

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