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Research Highlights From Around Health Sciences

Assistant Professor Evan Johnson with the Division of Kinesiology and Health.Assistant Professor Evan Johnson, with the Division of Kinesiology and Health, is continuing a research project funded by Danone, one of the world’s largest producers of bottled water and a company he has conducted research with for seven years, currently investigating the question of how much water is necessary for rehydration after a healthy person senses that he or she feels dehydrated. Read the full article.

Dr. Qin Zhu with the Division of Kinesiology and Health.Qin Zhu, an associate professor in Division of Kinesiology and Health, is co-author of a paper that was recently published in Scientific Reports. Here, he poses with spheroids he used to study throwing affordances. Some of the spheroids could inflict similar damage as the prehistoric spheroids could to a medium-sized animal. Read the full article.

Graduate assistant Rui Gou does research in a pharmacy lab. Rui Guo is currently a Ph. D graduate assistant in Dr. Sreejayan Nair’s lab in the Biomedical Sciences Program of School of Pharmacy. Since 2015, she has published 3 review articles, 1 research article, 1 book chapter, and 3 conference abstracts in Circulation and Diabetes as first author. Read the full article.

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