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Postdoctoral Position in Developmental Neuroscience

June 7, 2021

A postdoctoral research associate position is available immediately to investigate the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) as physiological signaling molecules in axonal growth and guidance in the lab of Dr. Daniel M. Suter at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

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Keep pace: Walking with a partner is great but might slow you down

April 1, 2021

A new study by Purdue University nursing, health and kinesiology, and human development and family studies researchers shows that couples often decreased their speed when walking together. Speed further decreased if they were holding hands.

Keep pace: Walking with a partner is great but might slow you down

Purdue offers new online Graduate Certificate in Telemental Health Counseling

March 31, 2021

Telemental health provides its own set of challenges for mental health professionals. But there are currently few opportunities for these professionals to obtain relevant training in how to address those challenges, as well as applied training in telemental health best practices.

Purdue offers new online Graduate Certificate in Telemental Health Counseling

This common shoulder injury could heal faster, thanks to the first implant that re-creates a crucial tissue structure

March 31, 2021

For sports fans, nothing beats seeing their favorite athletes compete at the top of their game. But a shoulder injury such as a badly torn rotator cuff threatens to pause or end the career of any athlete in sports ranging from football, basketball and baseball to golf and tennis.

This common shoulder injury could heal faster, thanks to the first implant that re-creates a crucial tissue structure

Neuroscience seminar highlights technologies for brain injuries, vaccine developments

March 30, 2021

The same technology that helps treat traumatic brain injuries in athletes and soldiers may one day help doctors determine the effectiveness of vaccines on patients. This technology is among the neuroscience innovations and research in the spotlight as Purdue University’s Center for Paralysis Research and Plexon Neurotechnology Systems present the Seminar for Neurotrauma and Diseases. The seminar series, which runs through April, features speakers from Purdue, Harvard Medical School and the medical industry.

Neuroscience seminar highlights technologies for brain injuries, vaccine developments

New technology aims to improve battery life

March 11, 2021

“Battery life technology, for the most part, has not been able to keep up with the other technology that requires the battery,” said Saeed Mohammadi, a professor of electrical and computer engineering in Purdue’s College of Engineering. “Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor [CMOS] is a battery-powered semiconductor chip inside computers and devices that stores information. CMOS requires a lot of power from the computer which, in turn, reduces the battery life.”

New technology aims to improve battery life

Mobile Technology Helps Give Voice to Nonverbal Autistic Children during Pandemic

March 10, 2021

Purdue University technology to assist nonverbal children on the autism spectrum is helping families around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced schools and clinics to rely more on remote options.

Mobile Technology Helps Give Voice to Nonverbal Autistic Children during Pandemic

Discovery Park Announces DURI Projects for Summer; Applications Now Being Accepted

March 8, 2021

Discovery Park has posted new research projects for the Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship Program’s summer 2021 session.

Discovery Park Announces DURI Projects for Summer; Applications Now Being Accepted

POSITION AVAILABLE: Assistant Professor Position in Neuroscience and Behavior

December 15, 2020

Purdue University's department of Psychological Sciences is looking currently to fill a position by August 2021. The available position is the Assistant Professor Position in Neuroscience and Behavior.

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Innovative Research Helping People with Parkinson’s Disease Communicate Better

December 10, 2020

SpeechVive is being showcased at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities and the Association of American Universities’ third-annual University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase, taking place virtually through Friday (Dec. 11). The showcase is spotlighting 22 startup companies from across the nation that have created products and services using federally funded, university-based research.

Innovative Research Helping People with Parkinson’s Disease Communicate Better