Family and consumer studies professor and database director Ken Smith discusses the "unique opportunities that the Utah Population Database provides for understanding health and disease, and for developing new medical treatments."
In recognition of the support that the University of Utah and the Colleges of Law and Social and Behavioral Science provide in hosting the Law and Society Association on campus, the Association has created two travel grants for faculty and graduate students from the University of Utah.
Congratulations to psychology professors Sheila Crowell and Elisabeth Conradt, who just received an NIH grant for their project, "Advancing the Science and Technology of Prenatal Programming Research".
Congratulations to psychology graduate student Erika Roberge, and her advisor, Craig Bryan, for winning the university's Distinguished Master's Thesis Competition!
Congratulations to psychology graduate student Jeremy Grove on his receipt of a National Research Service Award for his project entitled, "Testing pathways linking sleep quality to self-injurious thoughts and behaviors." Congratulations also to advisors Tim Smith and Sheila Crowell.