Is Google Scholar a favorite in your research strategy? This Research Commons Workshop will teach you how to use advanced features such as search alerts, metrics, and more. Join us at the Evansdale Library, Room G16, Feb. 26, from 3-4 p.m.
WVU School of Public Health Senior Associate Dean and Professor Linda Alexander will share her research insights as part of the SRNT’s 25th annual meeting in San Francisco this week. Today (Feb. 20) Alexander will join researchers from around the globe for the meeting’s presidential symposium, “Tobacco Control for All: Addressing Smoking Disparities for Priority Populations.”
The WVU Libraries Research Commons is now offering introductory workshops on data software and sources to get you started.
This summer, WVU School of Public Health graduate student Emily Hone will represent Mountaineer Nation as one of only 15 students selected to participate in a data science program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
A new study by a team of researchers, including Mohamad Alkhouli, M.D., medical director of the structural heart program at the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, used patient data to study the outcomes of patients who require percutaneous coronary intervention after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) procedures before being discharged.
Valerie Galvan Turner, a gynecologic oncologist at the WVU Cancer Institute, has opened a randomized clinical trial to assess whether a novel supplemental treatment can help chemotherapy and radiation fight dangerous cervical and vaginal cancer better.