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Juliann Althoff, M.D., an Ohio native, has returned to Dayton to continue assisting in research and to oversee operations for the Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton (NAMRU-D). The organization's mission is to optimize the readiness, performance, and survivability of operational forces through environmental health effects, toxicology, and aerospace medical research and development. 
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Education

 

Mortality and morbidity conferences, which are departmental reviews of cases with less-than-ideal outcomes, have long been a part of medical education in nearly every specialty. They serve as a natural stage for the examination of systematic inequities in health care. 
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Research

 

In April 2021, a 4-year-old underwent a novel brain surgery at Dayton Children’s Hospital. With four catheters inserted through the little boy’s skull, the surgeon injected into his brain a fluid containing over 37 trillion viral particles, each containing DNA for a human gene, a first-of-its-kind experimental gene therapy for Canavan disease.
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Announcements

The conference will be held on April 21, 2022.
Dr. Eyra Agudu is a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist who comes to us from Ohio Health.

Events

Thursday, February 23 to Sunday, February 26, 2023
Tuesday, April 25, 2023
The Steam Plant 617 East 3rd Street Dayton, Ohio 45402

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Wright State renal physiologist Clintoria Williams receives $2M award for chronic kidney disease research

Clintoria Williams, associate professor of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology, will further her research aimed at identifying novel therapeutic approaches effective for chronic kidney disease.

Wright State Rural Family Residency Program receives accreditation

The goal of the Boonshoft School of Medicine Rural Family Medicine Residency Program is to train family medicine physicians who will establish medical practices in rural Ohio.

STEMM Experience at Wright State to feature hands-on research activities for high school students

High school students can explore Wright State’s labs and maker spaces and learn more about STEMM fields on Nov. 19.

Michal Kraszpulski honored with Wright State’s 2022 International Education Award

Michal Kraszpulski, a lecturer of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology and psychology, will be recognized for his work with the Ambassador and Collaborative Online International Learning programs.