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 of Physics Eric Landahl explores the microscopic connection between electricity and heat.
DePaul University psychologist Joanna Buscemi works with community partner to address health inequity.
Environmental Science and Studies Assistant Professor Noé de la Sancha takes a global view on the lives of tiny creatures.
DePaul University psychologist Susan Dvorak McMahon discusses the problems and remedies.
A School of Nursing research team led by Assistant Professor Shannon Simonovich plumbs the pandemic experiences of nurses nationwide.
Health Sciences Assistant Professor Julia Lippert analyzes racial inequities in flu mortality across the 30 biggest U.S. cities.
Professor Liam Heneghan discusses hope and decay in his recent DePaul University TedX talk.
Professor Wendy Wolbach searches for signs of catastrophe from ancient sites.
Professor Bridget Tenner's work maps patterns of a higher order in mathematics.
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 Healthy Families Lab where Dr. Jocelyn Carter explores the relationship between mental and physical health, from athletics and stress coping to cultural factors that influence well-being in youth and their families.
Learn more about Dr. Christie Klimas' research lab where her team studies the interaction between ecology and economics to develop sustainable resource management in both urban and tropical settings.
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