The National Institutes of Health has named Thomas L. Brown, Ph.D., a Wright State University researcher investigating...
The College of Science and Mathematics has a strong basic science focus with a growing emphasis on applied research, averaging over $10 million annually in grants and contracts. We maintain close relations with area hospitals, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and the Air Force Institute of Technology which provide many unique opportunities for research collaborations.
Undergraduates interested in research opportunities and off-campus internships should check out the Undergraduate Research & Experiential Learning Program
Areas of research loosely align with our four PhD programs:
- Biomedical Sciences "BMS"
- Environmental Sciences "ES"
- Human Factors and Industrial Organization Psychology "HFIO"
- Interdisciplinary Applied Science and Mathematics "IASM"
The college's eight departments provide the college with a unique blend of disciplines: from psychology to neuroscience or brain activity, chemistry to biochemistry, sensor development to sensory perception, and computational modeling of ecosystems to water percolation in soils.
The college has instituted a new hiring strategy to develop areas of strength across typical departmental borders. The current research clusters that the college is developing include:
- Cell Signaling
- Environmental Sciences - Science of Global Change
- Computational Science and Modeling
- Science Education
To find scholary articles, student projects and more from the colleges & schools use Wright State University's Campus Online Repository (CORE) Scholar.
A high-power atomic force microscope that could revolutionize the study of materials at high temperatures and pressures is coming into focus in a Wright State University lab.
Wright State University broke ground on a new state-of-the-art laboratory building expected to become a beacon for translational neuroscience and engineering research.
Rebecca Riffle and Eric Robinson, graduate students in the Department of Psychology, had their paper "Subtle performance deficits associated with an acute hypoxic event" and "Time course to recovery of cerebral blood oxygen saturation following an acute hypoxic event" accepted to the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association.
Former Wright State social work student Rebecca Holtkamp and nursing student Karen Herzing were part of the program.
Coming soon to a bookstore near you—a handbook on the science of reliance. Trust me.
A strip of masking tape under his name on the office door identifies him as “Lord of the Flies.”
How to win in the stock market, how to cope with domestic violence, and how to integrate premature babies into family life.
The first human gene therapy approved for use in Europe owes its development in part to a Wright State University faculty member.
The Department of Physics professor is a member of the science team for Mars MAVEN, next in line for a ride to the Red Planet.