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The University hosted the 17th annual Reid Psychology Research Conference Friday to give undergraduate researchers at the University and seven other colleges an opportunity to present their ongoing research projects in psychology. Projects focused on a diverse range of topics including mental health, social relationships and neurodevelopmental disorders.
The University hosted its third annual Out of the Darkness walk for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Sunday. This year, 60 people participated in the walk, which began at the Amphitheatre, and over $3,000 was raised to support the cause.
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The University’s iiGEM team is working on a project entitled “Manifold” to build a platform technology that makes the process of metabolic engineering more efficient and would revolutionize biosynthesis.
The University’s School of Medicine and Virginia Tech are developing a widely-accessible universal vaccine that has the potential to protect against many different coronavirus disease strains.
About 50 million people globally are affected by epilepsy, making it one of the most common neurological diseases. But if properly diagnosed and treated, 70 percent of those impacted could control their recurring seizures. To aid in this work, a team of University researchers — funded by the U.Va. Brain Institute — created a new approach for diagnosing epilepsy, using an enhanced form of positron-emission tomography, which can better recognize areas of the brain where the chance of epilepsy is higher.