NCCU is the recipient of a 2021 NIH grant to support highly innovative and broadly impactful biomedical or behavioral research through the Common Fund’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research Program.
NCCU and RTI International are expanding a formal collaboration to increase sponsored research, provide training and exchange opportunities, and collaborate on workforce development initiatives.
North Carolina Central University, in partnership with Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute, will host a play, “A Crisis of Moments,” to air at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, on Vimeo.
Asking About Attitudes: NCCU researchers surveyed more than 1,000 people, most of whom said concerns about a COVID-19 vaccine would prevent them from taking it as soon it becomes available.
NCCU researchers studying the impact of COVID-19 on North Carolina residents found that 17% have experienced at least one day without sufficient food supplies in the past week.
Genetic clues related to alcoholic liver disease will be examined by Dr. Maxwell Gyamfi with a $1.6M National Institutes of Science grant
Health disparities specialists from an NCCU research institute will assist three counties facing health disparities amid COVID-19.
NCCU concluded the 2018-19 academic year with $33.1 million in grants and other outside funding sources for research, the second-highest funding total in university history.
Forty-one middle-school students from Durham, Wake, Edgecombe, Halifax and Nash counties explored the world of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) during the STEAM Summer Camp at NCCU.
From examining the effects of pollen and advanced cancer research to exploring religion and social justice, NCCU students showcased their research findings at the annual event.