Making top 10 list
Leading $4.7 million project to tackle childhood obesity
Pioneering cerebral malaria research
Moving toward clinical trials
Juli Wade: Hooked on research
Expert available to discuss World Health Day 2015: Food Safety
The changing landscape of food production and trade create new threats to food safety faster than ever before. MSU researcher Felicia Wu is tackling this challenge head on, and is available to speak on several topics for WHO’s World Health Day on April 7, 2015.View story photos
Andrew Baker: Leading a successful life
It seems as though Andrew Baker has found the secret to a successful life. He is an outstanding student, a dynamic researcher . . . and a humanitarian.View story photos
Nursing grad is active supporter of college
Shawn Malburg Dunn graduated in 2005 from the College of Nursing at MSU with a Bachelor of Science in nursing. During Dunn's time as a student and since graduation, she has remained an active supporter of the college.
Classes Without Quizzes set for April 25
Imagine using physics to treat Parkinson’s or genes that control the size of jeans. Get an insider’s look into some of the latest research happening on MSU’s campus at Classes Without Quizzes on April 25.
MSU leads $4.7 million project to tackle childhood obesity
MSU researchers will lead a $4.7 million effort to tackle childhood obesity, one of the nation’s biggest health challenges, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced March 26.
MSU makes top 10 list of colleges to study health professions
MSU has been ranked one of the top 10 best colleges in the nation to study health professions, according to College Factual, an online ranking source for students looking for the “right fit” when it comes to selecting a school.View story photos
Juli Wade: Hooked on research
I started down my career path because I wasn’t so happy with my job in the kitchen of a restaurant at Cornell University, where I was pursuing a bachelor’s degree. The people I worked with were terrific, but it was hot, messy and exhausting. The best part was drinking the remnants of chocolate shakes when we “accidentally” made more than the glass could hold.View story photos
MSU doctors’ discovery of how malaria kills children will lead to life-saving treatments
Malaria kills a child every minute. While medical researchers have successfully developed effective drugs to kill the malaria parasite, efforts to treat the effects of the disease have not been as successful. But that soon may change. In a groundbreaking study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, MSU’s Terrie Taylor and her team discovered what causes death in children with cerebral malaria, the deadliest form of the disease.View story photosView story videos
Farha Abbasi: The journey has begun
I arrived in United States of America from Pakistan in 2000, bewildered, overwhelmed and afraid. Although the details have thus far grown blurry in my mind, the pain is still deeply etched on my soul. The traumatic realization of goodbye had never hit me so hard.View story photos
MSU to provide funding for campus sustainability research
MSU’s Office of Sustainability is now accepting applications for its Sustainability Fellows Program. The new program seeks to engage MSU faculty and graduate students in research opportunities that directly impact and advance sustainability on campus.