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Jul 20, 2015
Kathrin Engisch, associate professor of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology and associate dean for undergraduate education and outreach, has been named interim dean of the College of Science and Mathematics.
May 20, 2015
Artist Erwin Redl will discuss his LED installation "Dial" in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building during an art opening May 26.
Apr 16, 2015
Wright State researchers find that petting for as little as 15 minutes a day is instrumental in reducing stress of dogs in animal shelters.
Apr 13, 2015
Wright State will celebrate the opening on the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building with a ceremony April 16 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Apr 6, 2015
Chilled ceiling beam, anti-vibration floor and a glass facade stripped with energy-saving fins are among the many architectural highlights of Wright State’s new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building.
Mar 30, 2015
Wright State neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny will conduct pioneering prosthesis research in the new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building.
Mar 26, 2015
Excerpt Wright State University is close to finishing the $37 million Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration building it hopes will bring its research into a new era. The building, on the school’s main campus, will host a grand opening next month, with …
Mar 26, 2015
Excerpt Wright State University’s new campus Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building represents an exclamation point of sorts on the Dayton area’s long-term attention to neuroscience. Premier Health, Kettering Health Network, Dayton Children’s Hospital and others have made investments in brain and …
Mar 23, 2015
Scheduled to open next month, the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building will help Wright State's brightest student researchers work together to create innovations that improve people's lives.
Mar 10, 2015
Wright State neuroscientists are collaborating with clinicians at Johns Hopkins Medicine to determine whether they can help paralyzed patients after overcoming sepsis infection.

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