Northern Kentucky University selected Dr. Valerie Hardcastle to serve in a dual role as the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Executive Director for the Institute for Health Innovation and Vice President for Health Innovation.
Associate Professor Danielle Bessett's research may reveal a surprisingly stronger-than-expected influence from TV reality shows and other media on pregnant women’s perception and management of their pregnancy and childbirth –– possibly impacting more highly educated consumers.
Associate Professor Erin Haynes' paper, "Higher manganese levels associated with lower IQ in children," receives Paper of the Year distinction from The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
CEAS Associate Professor Rashmi Jha takes the lead on NSF-funded research that will enable massive data storage with reduced power consumption and increased complexity of computing tasks performed by devices ranging from smartphones to the internet of things.
The article "The Mother of Phospholamban," highlights her recently discovered phospholamban molecule in the regulation of calcium cycling through the sarcoplasmic reticulum and in the overall regulation of cardiac function.