Traces how stress gets "under the skin." Work has revealed racial and socioeconomic disparities in stress and sleep.
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Northwestern researchers press for progress
Northwestern female educators are making an impact around the world. From analyzing the economies of developing countries to finding new interventions to personalize patient care, Northwestern researchers, leaders and scientists are changing the global landscape within their unique disciplines. Northwestern celebrates International Women’s Day as our community seeks to #PressforProgress.
By using robotics for physical rehab, she is working to develop a smart wheelchair and assistive robotic arms.
Identifies new interventions to personalize patient care and cure cancer. Reprograms cells using computational biology.
Research focuses on how technology and organizations can solve world challenges. Pioneer of collective innovation.
Developed the first solid acid fuel cells. Designs materials and devices for sustainable energy.
Explores economic issues in developing countries including the environment and gender equality.
Her ethnographic work in Chicago explores how adolescent immigrants develop social relationships online.
Working to develop treatments for uterine fibroids and other reproductive diseases.
Research focus on why there's an increase in HPV-driven throat cancer. Using this knowledge to study more aggressive tumors.
Studies political parties and uncertainty in developing democracies; testing affect of religious messages on political engagement in Africa.
Focuses on international law and human rights. Connects Northwestern with global communities on global health, law and business.
Published: March 08, 2018. Updated: March 09, 2018.Back to top