NCCU, Duke CTSI and the Duke-NCCU Bridge Office present “Kites,” an ethnodrama focusing on the diverse voices and lived experiences of those addicted to opioids, Oct. 14-16.
NCCU and RTI International hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the launch of the NCCU-RTI Center for Applied Research in Environmental Sciences (CARES) and an accompanying shared lab space on RTI’s campus.
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.