STEM

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Connecting minorities in medicine

The Center for Global Black Studies and the summer training program at the Miller School of Medicine welcomed students from the U.S. Virgin Islands who are embarking on a career in cardiovascular health.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/connecting-minorities-in-medicine.html

Connecting minorities in medicine

The Center for Global Black Studies and the summer training program at the Miller School of Medicine welcomed students from the U.S. Virgin Islands who are embarking on a career in cardiovascular health.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/07/connecting-minorities-in-medicine.html


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New initiative to spur quantum science research

The College of Arts and Sciences has recruited a physicist and a chemist who specialize in quantum sensing as part of a multiyear effort to recruit faculty working in this burgeoning research discipline.

https://news.miami.edu/as/stories/2024/06/new-initiative-to-spur-quantum-science-research.html

New initiative to spur quantum science research

The College of Arts and Sciences has recruited a physicist and a chemist who specialize in quantum sensing as part of a multiyear effort to recruit faculty working in this burgeoning research discipline.

https://news.miami.edu/as/stories/2024/06/new-initiative-to-spur-quantum-science-research.html


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Shedding light on brain inflammation in Alzheimer’s disease

University of Miami neuroscientist Oliver Bracko and his team are conducting cutting-edge research on Alzheimer’s disease that could lead to new treatments.

https://news.miami.edu/as/stories/2024/05/shedding-light-on-brain-inflammation-in-alzheimers-disease.html