Dec 08, 2014
What do you do when wanderlust and a passion for research come crashing together? You get packing.
From the deserts of the American Southwest to the rain forests of Brazil, Kelly Knutson ’15, Grand Forks, N.D., has made the most of every opportunity to take his education out of the classroom and into some of the most diverse and extreme ecologies…Global Academics
Dec 05, 2014
For Dr. Mark Sundrud '00, a path in scientific research that got its start at Concordia has led to a remarkable convergence of life and science.
Years ago, as a postdoctoral research fellow at Harvard Medical School, Sundrud’s research centered around trying to understand how the immune system generates harmful T cells that cause common autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis…Events Academics
Feb 13, 2014
A recent graduate who worked on a research project with biology professor Dr. Ellen Aho is furthering that work as a sponsored researcher in the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at the University of Oxford in England.
Corey Horien ’12 is continuing a study aimed at understanding bacteria associated with meningitis, the inflammation of the membranes that surround the brain, which is a serious problem in many parts of the world.
Aho says the combined Oxford-Concordia…Alumni
Oct 03, 2013
Kari Neutzling ’14 completed biomedical ethics research as part of a competitive Mayo Clinic fellowship.
How do physicians discuss potentially debilitating or even fatal diseases with their patients?
That is one of the ethical issues explored this summer at the Mayo Clinic by Kari Neutzling ’14, St. Cloud, Minn., through the Vann Fellowship in…Academics
Jul 16, 2013
A quick thinking Cobber leaped into action after observing a traffic accident during a biology field trip in Tanzania this summer.
One quick thinking Cobber leaped into action following a traffic accident during a biology field trip in Tanzania this summer.
Concordia students were studying the ecology of East Africa with Dr. Joseph Whittaker, assistant professor of biology;…Global
Apr 12, 2013
Concordia vaccine researchers will share test results from a promising vaccine candidate at a national science symposium this month in Boston.
Mark Schlotterback ’13, Billings, Mont., and Phillip Comella ’13, Hartland, Wis., will join Dr. Jennifer Bath, assistant professor of biology, in announcing their research data. The two are among a dozen students who are working alongside Bath…