TU receives more than $1M in DoD funding

The University of Tulsa will soon improve its interdisciplinary research and training with a new Department of Defense award received by Associate Professor of Computer Science Roger Mailler. The Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) award, totaling more than $1 million, will allow faculty working in neuroscience to purchase a state-of-the-art scanning confocal microscope that can provide a clearer picture of individual neurons. “The system will be used […]

Repetitive head impacts and safety among student athletes

March is National Athletic Training Month, and this year it is drawing to a close with two major conferences in Tulsa: the annual meeting and symposium of the Mid America Athletic Training Association (MAATA) – a regional conference for athletic trainers and allied health professionals – and the American Athletic Conference (AAC) Academic Consortium’s 2019 […]

Grad student coordinates on-campus research networking opportunity

Indreesh Badrinarayanan, a doctoral student in The University of Tulsa’s Department of Chemical Engineering, is the coordinator for Research Connect, a research networking initiative held in conjunction with the annual Research Colloquium. Badrinarayanan worked with TU alumnus Pedro Amorim to coordinate the inaugural Research Connect event in 2018 and, in addition to serving on the […]

TU Student Bradley Reynolds Published in Neuropsychology Academic Journal

Publishing in an academic journal is a significant accomplishment, but a student receiving a byline in a prestigious magazine is even more impressive. Psychology doctoral student Bradley Reynolds achieved a first-author publication in Neuropsychology, an American Psychological Association journal. This competitive publication ranks in the top 30 percent for impact among all clinical psychology journals.   […]