Increasing the Visibility of Black Scientists

Increasing the Visibility of Black Scientists

Kayla Seymore wants to help other Black scientists increase their visibility and numbers in research, labs and other STEM careers where they have been traditionally underrepresented. Seymore, a doctoral student in the UD BIOMS program, is a co-founder of the Black...
Beat Stress and Parkinson’s Disease with Exercise

Beat Stress and Parkinson’s Disease with Exercise

In healthy cells, there is a balance between the production of free radicals called reactive oxygen species (ROS) and the antioxidants that neutralize them. Oxidative stress occurs when there is an increase in the number of ROS compared to antioxidants. Psychological...
UD Launches a Registry for PD Research

UD Launches a Registry for PD Research

The University of Delaware Participant Recruitment Registry for Parkinson’s Disease Research is a new database for those who have a Parkinson’s disease (PD) diagnosis and are interested in enrolling in PD research studies conducted at the University of Delaware (UD)....
Early Football and Worse Recovery From Concussion Findings

Early Football and Worse Recovery From Concussion Findings

Thomas Buckley, an associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, has recently published research on playing football early and recovery from concussion. His research uses data from the NCAA-Department of Defense Concussion Assessment,...
UD team published in MDPI

UD team published in MDPI

Khushboo Verma, Biomechanics and Movement Science Ph.D. candidate, and UD colleagues have been published in MDPI. Video- and sensor-based gait analysis systems are rapidly emerging for use in “real world” scenarios outside of typical instrumented motion...