The North Carolina Diabetes Research Collaborative held its second annual Diabetes Research Symposium on March 15th, hosted by N.C A&T at the Union Square Campus
Greensboro, NC – February, 2019 – Dr. Andrea Ofori-Boadu, assistant professor of Construction and Construction Management in N.C. A&T’s Department of Built Environment within its
Dr. Marc Cook, an assistant professor of exercise science in the Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies, has secured microbiome research support from uBiome
N.C. A&T has joined forces with North Carolina’s three translational science institutes (UNC-CH, Duke and Wake Forest), to lead the North Carolina Diabetes Research Collaborative.
Greensboro, NC – February, 2019 – Dr. Abdollah Homaifar, professor in N.C. A&T’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is the newly appointed Samuel P.
Dr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley’s research involves chemical oxidation, water and wastewater treatment and remediation. Her patented RemRx™ treatment technology supports the sustainability efforts of Triad Growth