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Dr. Anja Nohe - UD researcher seeks help for those with osteoporosis

Anja Nohe calls osteoporosis “a significant disease and a silent disease,” afflicting some 10 million Americans and leading to more deaths — from osteoporosis-related fractures — among women in the U.S. than breast and ovarian cancer combined.

Dr. Ulhas Naik - Expert on blood clots wins over $1 million in research grants

Ulhas Naik, professor of biological sciences and director of the Delaware Cardiovascular Research Center is on a quest to tease out the roles that various blood components play in the formation of clots.

Dr. Salil Lachke - Cataracts in infants

Salil Lachke, a developmental biologist and expert in gene discoveries associated with eye disease, has received a career-starter research grant from the Knights Templar Eye Foundation (KTEF) to expand his scholarship to infants born with...

Dr. Ulhas Naik - UD, Temple team sheds light on potential drug for hemophilia

Ulhas Naik's lab at the University of Delaware and Researchers at Temple University have published a study in the Journal of Biological...

Salil Lachke receives prestigious ARI Young Investigator Grant

Salil Lachke, University of Delaware assistant professor of biological sciences and a 2012 Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences, is one of just eight researchers from around the world selected as an Alcon...

Cardiovascular investigation

Ulhas Naik, director of the DCRC.

Breast cancer research

Kenneth L. van Golen, associate professor of biology.

Native Delaware: Parenting's toll

Ian Stewart finds out if parenting take a toll on the immune system?

If you’ve ever been the parent of a newborn who demanded to be fed every three to four hours, your gut instinct tells you the answer is an absolute, unequivocal yes.

UD's Lachke selected Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences

Salil Lachke, a University of Delaware biologist whose research is yielding new discoveries about the world’s leading causes of blindness, has been named a 2012 Pew Scholar in the...