Gordon Researchers Attack Allergies and Inflammation

The allergy and inflammation satellite lab at Gordon is like “another home,” says Holly Huang ’18, a chemistry major (biochemistry concentration), “since I spend half the day here!” Understanding the biology of the eosinophil, a type of white… Read More

Academics and Athletics in ACL Research

“One thing that I strive to do here at the biomechanics laboratory is to provide a service to our community,” says Dr. Jessica Ventura (kinesiology), explaining that the research performed there could benefit Gordon student athletes and patients… Read More

Making Strides in Medical Research, One Step at a Time

verna curfman

Verna Curfman ’17 and John Yoon ’14 were recently recognized for their research in the labs of Duke University, with their names appearing in an article published by The American Society of Transplantation and the American Society of Transplant Surgeons.

Becoming Experts in their Fields: Undergrads Exhibit Research Prowess at Spark 2.0

Funded by the Undergraduate Research Council, Kayla Kroning ’18 brought her chemistry research to center stage at a recent American Chemical Society conference in San Francisco. “The fact that this person has a Ph.D. and has been doing… Read More

Undergraduate Research Takes Center Stage at Convocation

“Math is something only smart people can do.” “Eosinophils could fit into a Star Wars narrative.” “We make Jesus more like us.” These sensational claims share a common thread: Each was explored this past summer by professor-student research… Read More