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  • Researchers Study Fundamental Interactions in Soil Communities

    Researchers traditionally have studied individual microorganisms independently of how those organisms interact with their surroundings. Now an international team of researchers is looking at how bacteria and fungi interact in soil, fundamental scientific research that could lead to advances in plant productivity and bioenergy.

  • UH Optometrist Investigates Changes in Eye Structure in Astronauts

    A University of Houston optometrist studies the vision of returning International Space Station astronauts and proves a structural change to their eyes.

  • Three New Members Appointed to the UH System Board of Regents

    Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed three new members to the UH System Board of Regents. Doug Brooks, Joe Gutierrez and Jack Moore will each serve a six-year term on the UH System’s governing body. The terms of regents Spencer Armour, III, Roger F. Welder and Welcome W. Wilson, Jr. expired last fall.

  • Health Sciences Library Now Open

    The new Health Sciences Library at the University of Houston, located on the second floor of the Health 2 building, serves the teaching and research needs of the UH colleges of Nursing, Optometry and Pharmacy, as well as other health-related programs on campus.

  • UH System Board of Regents Approves Doctor of Medicine Degree

    The University of Houston System Board of Regents Thursday approved the new doctoral degree in medicine, to be offered by the University of Houston College of Medicine. UH will now seek approval of the medical degree from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and has initiated the process for accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.

  • UH College of Pharmacy No. 1 in Texas for National Licensure Test

    The UH College of Pharmacy is training the most prepared pharmacists in Texas. In 2017, more students from UH passed the national pharmacy exam than from any other school in Texas. The school’s passing rate ranks number three in the nation.

  • Estrogen Suspected, Examined as Cause of Cervical Cancer

    Does estrogen cause cervical cancer? Can T cell immunotherapy be made more reliable? Two UH cancer researchers are examining these issues with new grants from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas, formed to fund groundbreaking cancer research and prevention programs in the state.

  • UH Receives $2.8 Million to Develop Leaders in STEM Education

    The University of Houston has been awarded $2.8 million from the National Science Foundation to prepare more teachers to lead the way in science, technology, engineering and math education (STEM).

  • Dr. Stephen Spann Named Founding Dean of UH College of Medicine

    The University of Houston has named Dr. Stephen J. Spann founding dean of the UH College of Medicine. A seasoned physician, health care administrator and medical educator who holds both an M.D. and M.B.A., Spann was appointed planning dean for the college in fall 2015. Since then, he has shaped an academically desirable and financially feasible plan for the new college that will complement the current medical landscape in Houston and Texas.

  • As Good as Old: The Age of Martian Meteorites Gives Clues to the Makeup of Mars

    A team of researchers in the UH College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is analyzing fragments of the Tissint meteorite with the help of a $349,520, three-year grant from the NASA Solar System Workings program.

  • UH Wins National Award for ‘Distinguished’ Teacher Education Program

    The University of Houston College of Education won national honors in recognition of its first-rate teacher-preparation program. The Association of Teacher Educators honored the college with its Distinguished Program in Teacher Education Award, which recognizes “outstanding” programs that exemplify collaboration, innovation and high quality.

  • Researcher Focuses on Environmentally Friendly Plastics

    From plastic bags to paints, sporting goods and auto parts, a type of plastic known as polyolefins is ubiquitous in modern life. A chemist at the University of Houston has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to develop new methods of producing polyolefins in an economical and sustainable way.

  • Deconstructing Lupus – Could Some of its Makeup Be Part of its Cure?

    University of Houston biomedical engineer Chandra Mohan is examining the protein ALCAM to find a cure for lupus and its complications. ALCAM appears in patients that have kidney disease and lupus. Mohan says it’s like finding a suspect at the scene of different crimes.

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