From cutting edge faculty projects to state-of-the-art, on-campus facilities, research plays a central role at the College of Science and Health. We collaborate with global partners and garner international recognition on scientific discoveries and the advancement of health - all with an emphasis on student engagement in research across the curriculum.
Professor Kenshu Shimada and two former students co-author new study.
National Science Foundation awards DePaul University faculty $750,000 for multi-year project.
Christie Klimas explores the environmental stakes for endangered trees.
Antonio Polo and graduate students bring intervention into Chicago Public Schools.
DePaul University psychologist earns NIH grant, publishes book.
DePaul University researchers glean insight from interviews, look ahead to prevent burnout.
Mathematical Sciences Professor Ahmed Zayed explores the latest in sampling theory and its applications in his new book.
Associate Professor of Psychology Anne Saw presents her research on racial healing at The White House Initiative Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Mental Health Summit.
DePaul University community psychologists Leonard A. Jason and Olya Glantsman receive the Don Klein Publication Award to Advance Community Psychology Practice.
From active centers to innovative research laboratories, the College of Science and Health offers multiple entry points to take your intellectual curiosity to the next level.
Learn about the Culture and Evidence-Based Practice Lab, where Dr. Antonio Polo and his team conduct research partnering with Chicago Public Schools to deliver and support Act & Adapt, a group-based cognitive behavioral intervention that has served predominantly African American and Latinx youth in over 100 schools.
Learn more about Dr. Okunola Jeyifous’ research lab where his team studies the cell biology of neurons and synaptic junctions in the brain to better understand processes like learning and memory, neurodegeneration, and drug addiction.
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