New Evidence Shows Increase in Obesity May Be Slowing, But Not Much
Illinois kinesiology and community health professor Ruopeng An shows although the increase in obesity among adults may be slowing, it continues to increase, especially in those with high body mass index measures.
NCI Awards $1M to Illinois Researcher Partha Ray
Ray, a Carle surgical oncologist and UI clinical assistant professor in Bioimaging Science and Technology, will use the grant to continue developing a diagnostic test at the Biomedical Research Center.
lllinois Receives Grand Challenges Explorations Grants
Professor and interim head of pathobiology Mark Kuhlenschmidt is part of a team that will develop a new system to study a parasite, Cryptosporidium, which causes a diarrheal disease in humans.
Researchers Map Brain Areas Vital to Understanding Language
Neuroscience professor Aron Barbey and his colleagues used brain injury data from Vietnam War veterans to map the ability of humans to understand written or spoken language, also known as "discourse comprehension."
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