The College of Health and Human Sciences (HHS) is highly regarded for its clear potential to improve human health and well-being at every stage of the lifespan.
HHS is Meeting the Challenge
Thinking Beyond the Pandemic
Not just a reflex: Swallowing is complicated, but this researcher is making it easier
The first priority at the start of a pandemic is protecting public health, so it only makes sense that much of the initial COVID-19 research — and the funding behind it — focused on answering these questions: How is the virus contracted and spread? What are the most effective treatments? How quickly can a vaccine be developed?
The ramifications of a pandemic, however, extend far beyond the immediate physiological effects. And that’s where a group of College of Health and Human Sciences researchers are concentrating their efforts, thanks to a new Rapid Response Grant program established during the early days of COVID-19. Read more...
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