News and Announcements

Detroit Cardiovascular Training Program receives big boost from NIH
Wayne State fights “fatbergs”
Trial may uncover new diagnostics and treatment option for cardiovascular disease
Driving heart health
WSU Holiday Shipping Schedule
WSU research group receives NSF award for collaborative research on the interdependency of drinking water and health systems
Dr. Phil Levy discusses how Medicare Advantage can save lives, money by covering blood pressure monitors (Detroit Free Press, Sept. 19, 2018)
$1.54 million NIH grant to Wayne State to identify ways to improve cardiac function in heart failure
Supplement Funding Opportunity for NIH-funded Researchers
Data Explosion opens Wayne State’s presidential symposia series
Wayne State University partners with Great Lakes Water Authority to conduct drinking water research
Urban Environmental Influences on Metabolic Health Symposium Announced
Wayne State receives $3.2 million NIH award to improve asthma care and outcomes in African-American children
Changing policies impact NIH-funded studies involving human subjects
IBio collaborator receives $1.9 million NIH grant to research and find treatments for genetic disease that causes blindness
Dr. Dawn Misra featured on PBS show - Primary Care - to discuss the extent to which racism affects infant mortality rates among African American women
Cancer symposium highlights partnership between WSU and Fudan University in Shanghai
Wayne State receives $3.05M NIH award to improve diabetes care in youth
Wayne State receives $7.5 m NIH renewal for environmental center
Integrative Biosciences Center Named 2017 Renovated Laboratory of the Year
Wayne State University and Karmanos Cancer Institute receive grant to conduct nation's largest study of factors affecting African Americans with cancer
Dr. Levy to head WSU’s new Translational Science and Clinical Research Innovation program
Model D interview with Dr. Carol Miller on the interplay between green and gray infrastructure
Wayne State receives NSF I-Corp grant to improve nanowire sensors used for food safety, anti-terrorism and more
Wayne State’s zebrafish might hold key to fighting leukemia