As a training partner with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Immunology Department; the Integrated Biosciences (INBS) PhD Training Program in the College of Arts & Sciences at Nor
North Carolina Central University, a historically black institution, and Duke University, a research-intensive institution, have united to provide career development of junior faculty in interdisci
Broadening Participation Research Project: Research for Social Justice - Broadening Participation through Data Science
The aims of this research project are to increase the participation of minorities and women in STEM through data science.
Broadening Participation Research: Investigating the Role of Psychosocial Factors on Students Taking Gatekeeper Courses in STEM
A continuing challenge to student persistence in STEM degree programs is low success rates prevalent in the so-called gatekeeper classes.
The goal of the proposed studies is to determine the mechanism of Ca2+-sensing receptor (CaSR)-mediated vascular relaxation, control of urinary Na+/Ca2+ excretion and their regulation by protein ki
The aims of this continuation grant are to: (1) Continue the established Community Clinical for Senior Nursing Students at NC; (2) Expand the Community Health clinical rotation to other underserved
In this project, community members from local alcohol treatment facilities along with individuals with lived experience presented a panel to students and community members regarding increasing awar
African American women continue to have a high risk for HIV infection. Limited studies have been conducted to understand the effects of relationship imperative on sexual behaviors of African Ameri
Targeted Infusion Project: Integrating Soft Matter into Undergraduate General and Physical Chemistry Courses
The goals of the partnership are to utilize the vast resources and polymer expertise within the NSF Soft Matter Triangle MRSEC to aide North Carolina Central (NCCU) in (1) developing a course and l
Uterine fibroid disease poses complications that far too often disrupt the natural sequence of events in a women’s life: conception through pregnancy and childbirth through to menopause.