Scientist Lands $1.7 Million NIH Grant for Tissue Engineering Approach
A leading scientist in FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine has received a grant for a research project that offers hope for eye disease and regenerative medicine using a novel tissue engineering approach.
FAU PhD Project to Create First Online Comanche Dictionary
Ph.D. student Kathryn Pewenofkit Briner, D.M.A. (Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache descent), added to her research this summer at the Smithsonian.
Another Way Dogs Help the Military; Aeromedical Patient Evacuations
A study by FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing has demonstrated the feasibility and efficacy of animal-assisted interventions to reduce stress in a military setting.
Who's a 'Good Boy?' Astro, FAU's Smart Robodog That's Who
What would you get if you combined Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa with Boston Dynamic's quadruped robot? You'd get "Astro," the four-legged seeing and hearing intelligent robodog.
FAU, USDA Partner to Boost Domestic Production of Farm-raised Fish
The USDA and FAU Harbor Branch aquaculture team will develop novel technologies to supply warm water marine fish seedstocks to help initiate a project that will boost the nation's aquaculture industry.
Sleep Interrupted: What's Keeping Us Up at Night?
A researcher from FAU and collaborators conducted one of the largest longitudinal sleep studies on evening use of alcohol, caffeine and nicotine in an African-American cohort.
Parents' Mental Illness and Suicide Risk in Adults with Tinnitus
A study is the first to examine childhood parental mental illness and the link to suicide and self-harm in adults with tinnitus, noise or ringing in the ears, and hyperacusis, extreme sensitivity to noise.
Palm Beach County Housing Market Approaching Peak in Cycle
Palm Beach County appears to be approaching the peak of its current housing market cycle according to a market analysis of Palm Beach County housing from faculty at FAU and FIU.
Connecting Patients With Their Community Could Transform Healthcare
Engaging a wider range of resources to connect patients with organizations within their community can help transform healthcare and improve overall well-being, according to research published by FAU faculty.
Accidental Infant Deaths in Bed Tripled from 1999 to 2016 in the U.S.
A study by FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine shows that infant deaths from accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed tripled between 1999 and 2016 in the U.S. with increases in racial inequalities.