U.S. Army funded research aims to save wounded soldiers’ lives

To date, there are no effective treatments for addressing massive blood loss on the battlefield other than blood transfusion, which is logistically not feasible during field casualty care. Andre Palmer, professor and chair, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has secured a $2.4 million U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command grant to develop a resuscitation therapy to treat life-threatening …

Ringel named Distinguished University Professor

Steven Ringel, Neal A. Smith Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, associate vice president in the Office of Research and executive director of the Institute for Materials Research, was named a 2018 Distinguished University Professor. The Office of Academic Affairs awards the permanent, honorific title of Distinguished University Professor on a competitive basis to full professors who have truly exceptional records …

Engineering physics student named Goldwater Scholar

Kyle DeBry, an Ohio State engineering honors student, has been named a 2018 Goldwater Scholar, the most prestigious national award for undergraduate researchers in science, math and engineering. He plans to conduct research in the the field of quantum information science, particularly in the area of quantum computing. Since the award’s inception in 1986, Ohio State has produced 56 Goldwater …

More than 140 researchers honored at faculty recognition program

President Michael Drake and  Interim Senior Vice President for Research Randy Moses hosted a Faculty Recognition Program on April 3, 2018, honoring Ohio State faculty members who received national or international awards during the period 2017-2018. Faculty members whose achievements reached outside or across academic disciplines were also recognized. Among the honorees were winners of the National Science Foundation’s Faculty …

Eight Ohio State faculty receive NSF CAREER awards in 2015

Eight assistant professors received Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER awards in 2015 – the top award given by the National Science Foundation to junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of both. The 2015 winners are: Anne Co (chemistry and biochemistry) Lori Dalton (electrical and computer engineering; biomedical informatics) Lisa Hall …