People using a prescribed take-home blood pressure monitor are likely to get an inaccurate high reading if they were standing or moving just prior to the measurement, according to a study led by a University researcher.
Researchers at WVU are studying movement and health during pregnancy, beginning in the first trimester. There are no interventions or medications and participants can earn up to $150 for completing all three study visits.
As part of the WVU transformation to become a land-grant, research university of the future, the Research Office is assessing aspects of its organization to ensure it is maximizing operational efficiencies, measuring successes using metrics that matter and aligning operations to support the University's mission.
Marian Armour-Gemmen, research services librarian, will explore databases for locating articles on various teaching methods and techniques, such as active learning, critical thinking and assessment at 3:30 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 28) on Zoom.
If you use e-books or e-book corpora for research purposes, such as text analysis, or as a vital component of teaching and taking courses, we want to hear from you. Help us shape the future of e-books for higher education by joining this paid focus group study.
Jennifer Kane, a postdoctoral student, was recently awarded a $219,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study how microbes — like bacteria and fungi — interact with Miscanthus roots to boost the plant’s productivity and sustainability.