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Unique community partnership will provide personalized cancer profiling to area residents

p(image-right). !http://news.nd.edu/assets/144354/200x/research_300.jpg(Undergraduate reasearch)! A unique partnership initiated by the "Harper Cancer Research Institute":http://harpercancer.nd.edu/ and consisting of clinical partners from "The Medical Foundation":http://www.sbmf.org/ (TMF), "Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center":http://www.sjmed.com/ (SJRMC) and "Beacon Health System":https://beaconhealthsystem.org/about/ (BHSMH) will provide an individualized “molecular portrait”...

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NSF Funds V-Dem Research on Consequences of Democratization

p(image-right). !http://al.nd.edu/assets/82383/mcoppedg_icon.jpg(Michael Coppedge)! The National Science Foundation has awarded $277,000 to three members of the Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) team for research that uses new data to identify the impact of specific types of democracy on economic development and infrastructure....

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Internal Grants Programs Open for Applications

The Office of the Vice President for Research has opened its annual competition for faculty research grants. Currently there are two types of grants open for applications:

Faculty Research Support Initiation Grant Program: Provides seed funds to established faculty initiating new...

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TEDxUND now accepting applications for 2015 event

p(image-right). !(noborder)http://news.nd.edu/assets/121299/tedxund_227.jpg(TEDxUND)! "TEDxUND2015":http://tedx2015.nd.edu/ organizers at the University of Notre Dame announced Monday (Sept. 22) that they are accepting speaker applications now through Oct. 12 (Sunday) for the 2015 event. TEDxUND will take place on Feb. 27 (Friday) at the DeBartolo...

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Finding Courage to Face Down Cancer

Notre Dame psychology professor Tom Merluzzi studies how cancer patients and cancer survivors find coping resources and the spiritual strength to overcome their sickness.

It’s not unusual to hear cancer researchers talk about how cancer has impacted their lives. For...

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VIDEO: History Major Studies “Great Telescope” in Ireland

p(image-right). !http://al.nd.edu/assets/140746/ana_wright_telescope_thumbnail_1.jpg(Anastasia Wright)! During the summer of 2014, University of Notre Dame senior Anastasia Wright spent three weeks in Ireland studying the 19th century astronomer William Parsons, the 3rd Earl of Rosse. Lord Rosse is best known for building a...

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Notre Dame and major New York medical group to collaborate on biomedical research

p(image-right). !http://news.nd.edu/assets/140681/feinstein200.jpg(Feinstein Institute for Medical Research)! The University of Notre Dame and "Feinstein Institute for Medical Research":http://www.feinsteininstitute.org/ have announced a plan to collaborate on biomedical research projects, student training, joint conferences and other forms of academic exchange. The Feinstein Institute...

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Crepp joins NASA’s TESS science team

NASA has named Notre Dame astrophysicist Justin Crepp as a member of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) science team. A space mission coordinated through MIT, Harvard, and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, TESS will discover...

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