Infectious Science

The National Institutes of Health is supporting OSU researchers with $4.5 million spread across 16 active projects. Among them: Jon Furuno, College of Pharmacy, studies the incidence and severity of MRSA in hospitals and long-term care facilities. Margaret Dolcini, Department of Public Health, studies the behaviors and attitudes of urban African-American youth at risk of […]


Houtman

May 29, 2012

The National Institutes of Health is supporting OSU researchers with $4.5 million spread across 16 active projects. Among them:

  • Jon Furuno, College of Pharmacy, studies the incidence and severity of MRSA in hospitals and long-term care facilities.
  • Margaret Dolcini, Department of Public Health, studies the behaviors and attitudes of urban African-American youth at risk of HIV/AIDS. Her goal is better prevention strategies.
  • David Williams, Linus Pauling Institute and Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, focuses on the interaction between genes and drug effectiveness in anti-malarial treatments. He aims to maximize drug effectiveness and minimize toxicity.

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CATEGORIES: Service to Oregon Healthy People Print Issues Spring 2012 Departments Vitality


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