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Amidst military conflicts in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, an NYITCOM study provides new insight on how military blasts injure unborn babies.
Assistant Professor Aki Watanabe, Ph.D., published the first study from his NSF CAREER grant-funded research project; he proposes using a domesticated chicken to study how birds—and perhaps animals in general—ended up with differently shaped brains.
Faculty from the College of Osteopathic Medicine have secured a collective $1.4 million dollars in grants that support studies to further the understanding and treatment of several health conditions, including pediatric brain cancer, heart failure, and hypertension.
Research co-authored by Associate Professor Matthew Mihlbachler, Ph.D., explores the fossil record of an ancient relative of the rhino to help explain why natural selection might favor larger animals more often than smaller animals.
Professor Anthony (Martin) Gerdes, Ph.D., chair of biomedical sciences in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, has achieved this distinction, effective in the new academic year.
As New York Tech prepares for the 2023-2024 academic year, several faculty members were recognized through tenure and promotions.
Anatomy research demonstrates how birds use their tails to climb.
The medical school hosted a three-day, multi-agency event aimed at training emergency professionals and medical students to respond to a lifelike mass casualty incident.
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