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Dr. Victor Ortega – Publication in the The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunolgy

Pulmonary Critical Care fellow

CONGRATULATIONS to Victor Ortega, MD, fourth year Molecular Medicine and Translational Science PhD Candidate !!

Dr. Ortega just published a manuscript, “Effect of rare variants in ADRB2 on risk of severe exacerbations and symptom control during longacting ? agonist treatment …

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Graduate School Alumni Co-Author of Review and Resource Manual

Dr. Kim M. Hutchinson (MS Epidemiology and Health Services Research, ’03 and Post-Doctoral Fellow in Public Health Sciences) has co-authored the 4th edition of the Review and Resource Manual for Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurses (2012). This manual is recommended …

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WFU Faculty Develope Novel Drug for Cancer Research


The work of a team of Wake Forest researchers developing a novel drug for prostate cancer treatment is featured on the cover of the Nov. 26 issue of the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.

George Kulik, an associate professor of …

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‘Bat whisperer’ featured on National Geographic Channel


For four years, Wake Forest graduate student Aaron Corcoran has studied how tiger moths use sonar-jamming to evade bats in the Arizona desert.

With Corcoran’s help, the evolutionary arms race between bat and moth has been captured on camera for …

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Involve – A Journal of Mathematics

 Involve is dedicated to showcasing and encouraging high quality mathematical research involving students (at all levels). The editorial board consists of mathematical scientists each of whom is personally committed to nurturing student participation in research.

All manuscripts accepted for publication …

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Journal Article Honor – Dr. Samuel T. Gladding

Shot on 4/20/04 at 1/125 at f/7.1.

Dr.  Samuel T. Gladding is Professor and Chair of the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University. Dr. Gladding is co-author of a 2010 journal article: “Integrating Social Justice in Group Work: The Next Decade” which has recently been voted …

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“Finding Grace in the Concert Hall”, by Linda Randall


As a 2008 MA graduate from the Religion Department, Linda’s book, Finding Grace in the Concert Hallwill be released at the end of October. This ethnography was an outgrowth of her thesis written under the guidance of several Wake …

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