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Jennifer Yanhua Xie, Ph.D., secured NYITCOM-Arkansas’s first NIH grant in 2020. Now, she will play a key role in a new study aimed at developing treatments for inflammatory bowel disease—the first NIH-funded research collaboration between NYITCOM-Arkansas and A-State.
With a National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grant, Associate Professor of Life Sciences Shenglong Zhang, Ph.D., will lead a team of researchers to determine how RNA modifications affect conditions including cancer and diabetes.
“The truth is that architecture requires a team of people with different focuses and interests…To make a great work of architecture, every member of that team needs to be skilled and synchronized with one another,” says Associate Professor of Architecture Matthias Altwicker.
Research from NYITCOM-Arkansas’s Jason Bourke, Ph.D., finds that humans have more in common with endangered crocodiles than we think—namely, a deviated septum.
A veteran of private industry as well as university teaching, Assistant Professor Felix Fischman believes the best way to learn in any computer language is to understand the origins of object-oriented programming.
NYITCOM’s Liat Jarkon, D.O., is one of several alumni named to Schneps Media’s 2021 “Power Women of Long Island.”
New York Tech initiatives promote conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) through literature.
By the Numbers
Percent of full-time faculty holding terminal degrees
Areas of Expertise
- Architectural Technology
- Artificial Intelligence
- Computer Science
- Construction Engineering
- Data Science
- Digital Design
- Environmental Technology
- Exercise Science Heart Disease
- Human Resources Management
- Osteopathic Medicine
- Sports Medicine
- Sustainability/Sustainable Design
111 authors with 281 publication credits
95 presenters with 336 conference presentations
30 honorees with 87 awards
4 designers with 7 exhibitions
139 grant recipients with 220 grants received (internal and external)
2 patent holders with 4 patents