Research and Impact
Yeong Kim selected for NEH-funded Rust Belt Humanities Lab
June 2, 2023 Yeong Kim, associate professor geography, was selected to participate in the Rust Belt Humanities Lab, a summer seminar focusing on the people and places of the Rust Belt.
Scientists report world’s first X-ray of a single atom in Nature
May 31, 2023 A team of scientists from Ohio University, Argonne National Laboratory, and others, led by OHIO professor Saw Wai Hla, have taken the world’s first X-ray SIGNAL of just one atom.
Di Wang, chemical engineering Ph.D. graduate, leads in research and leadership
May 23, 2023 As a Ph.D. student, Di Wang published ten first-author journal papers with an average impact factor of 6.5, creating a lasting impact on the field of biocorrosion, corrosion affected by the presence or activity of microorganisms.
Computer science student Liam Speakman named NSF Graduate Research Fellow
May 15, 2023 Through mentorship, undergraduate research and an excitement to learn, Liam Speakman was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
The Diabetes Institute celebrates its 10th anniversary
May 11, 2023
To mark the 10th anniversary of The Diabetes Institute, a celebration was held that highlighted the institute's history and recognized several individuals who have had a profound impact on its growth.
New chemistry professor brings expertise in nanomaterials for energy and sustainability
May 11, 2023 Dr. Wenyang Gao joins OHIO in the fall, bringing expertise in the synthetic innovation of advanced nanomaterials that can be leveraged to address critical issues in energy and sustainability.
Physician mentorship program gets high marks from participants
May 11, 2023 A recent study found that student and physician mentors in the Physician Diversity Scholars programs at the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine give it high marks.
Ronan Carroll: Taking the fight against a dangerous microbe to its RNA
May 3, 2023 Ronan Carroll's team is looking for ways to stop a potent killer, one that is getting adept at resisting antibiotics: Staphylococcus aureus.
OHIO professor Nancy Stevens helps uncover ecosystem evolution in Africa in paper published in Science
April 28, 2023 OHIO's Nancy J. Stevens Ph.D., is coauthor on a paper published in the journal Science and funded by the NSF that documents the evolution of grassland ecosystems on continental Africa.
Ru Jia published 14 first author papers as an engineering Ph.D. student
April 27, 2023 As a Ph.D. student, Ru Jia was an innovative and diligent researcher, publishing 14 first author journal papers with an average impact factor of 6.1 based on his work at OHIO.
Four doctoral students awarded Contemporary History Institute fellowships
April 27, 2023 Four graduate students are the 2023–24 winners of the Contemporary History Institute's Klinder Fellowships and the Baker Peace Fellowships.
Alumnus Ben Holt starts his next adventure as VP for Innovation at AgBiome
April 25, 2023 Ben Holt, who didn't have his career path mapped out when he arrived at Ohio University, was recently named vice president for innovation at AgBiome and continues to defy gravity in his career path.
Professor Daewoo Lee awarded NIH grant to study how pathogenic protein spreads in Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia
April 24, 2023 Daewoo Lee will probe how a pathogenic protein is able to spread in the brain, leading to progression of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia.
Brian Clark selected to speak, presented discoveries at NIH workshop and in Journal of Gerontology
April 24, 2023 Professor Brian Clark Ph.D. was one of 40 expert leaders in the field of aging from around the world chosen to present at a workshop hosted by the National Institute of Health.
History student Robert Green awarded Boren Fellowship for research in Cambodia
April 24, 2023 History doctoral student Robert Green has been awarded a Boren Fellowship to conduct research in Cambodia.