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STEM Catalyst Initiative

Our Award-Winning Research

Loan Bui and Andrew Sarangan

Can we understand breast cancer with microfluidic devices?

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Madhuri Kango-Singh and Amit Singh

Understanding the pathobiology of cancer and Alzheimer's Disease

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Russell Pirlo and Justin Biffinger

Polymer polyurethanes with reversible metal coordination sites

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Julie Walsh-Messinger

Possible treatment for long-term effects of COVID-19

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Fostering Collaborative Research

Investing in STEM

The University of Dayton's STEM Catalyst Initiative was created to invest in and support faculty and student STEM research. The grant program supports research programs that have the potential to rise to national prominence and advance the University of Dayton’s commitment to the common good.

Fostering Collaborative Research

Investing in STEM

The University of Dayton's STEM Catalyst Initiative was created to invest in and support faculty and student STEM research. The grant program supports research programs that have the potential to rise to national prominence and advance the University of Dayton’s commitment to the common good.

In the News
Research 09.01.20

The National Science Foundation awarded University of Dayton chemists Jeremy Erb and Vladimir Benin $240,379 and the Ohio Department of Higher Education Ohio Action Fund provided an additional $50,233 for the purchase of a Bruker 400 MHz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer to support faculty research and student research training in chemistry and the biological sciences.

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Research 08.03.20

The National Institutes of Health awarded $438,829 to University of Dayton psychologist Mary Fuhs to study early development of mathematics skills in preschool-age children, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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