Staining Tissue Samples More Effectively
Building Databases to Guide Medical Decision–Making
Designing Sensors for Pressure Ulcers
Composing "Spirit Moving Over Chaos"
Developing Smarter Cement
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Assistant professor of engineering technology, developed an optical sensor to alert health care providers to patients at risk for bed sores.
Associate professor of engineering technology, building a database of 3-D images to allow women to make more informed decisions about reconstructive breast surgery.
Associate professor of pharmacology, worked with doctoral student Craig Vollert to develop and commercialize a chemical treatment to make staining tissue samples more effective.
Professor of civil and environmental engineering, developed a “smart” cement that can sense changes in the environment around it, potentially averting oil spills, collapsing bridges and other disasters.
Researchers from across campus are studying our changing climate, with an eye on the future
College of Education professor among the first to research issues related to LGBT.
UH professor and students enhance the effects of mentoring with a systematic approach.
University of Houston Department of Psychology established the Texas Research on Addiction Consortium (TRAC).
The University of Houston’s Earl L. Smith III, O.D., Ph.D., is at the forefront of myopia research.
Thamar Solorio and her research team are developing technology for an app that can recommend books based on their readers feel through Stylistic Text Analysis.
Researchers at Bauer’s Institute for Health Care Marketing Look at How Decisions Affect Health Care.
A message from President Khator.
A message from VP Krishnamoorti.
Introducing three new academy members.
Cancer specialist Frank McKeon, M.D., Ph.D, offers insight into his pioneering research.
Researchers tackle the complex issue of accommodating new mothers in the workplace.
Professor William Sager and students recently sailed to the origins of Tamu Massif, the world's largest volcano.
Because serious questions deserve serious answers…
Early career researcher finds success in grant development.
UH students from computer engineering technology and industrial design programs built and equipped a mobile computer lab fashioned from a shipping container, powered by solar panels.
In the UH Systems Optimization and Computing Laboratory, second-year Ph.D. student Saeedeh Abbasi is close to unveiling a solution that may revolutionize utility operations.
Andrew Parker, a UH architecture student, examines the influence of nature on childhood development.
English literature Ph.D. candidate Zachary Turpin discovers an unknown work by Walt Whitman.
UH Assistant Professor of Philosophy Cameron Buckner helped design a study aimed at determining animal intelligence by looking at ravens.