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'Skinny Fat' Factor in Predicting Alzheimer's
Lower muscle mass combined with higher fat mass in older adults may be a predictor for cognitive performance, according to a study recently published in the
Clinical Interventions in Aging.
Interim Dean Wins Book Award
Textbook and Academic Authors Association recently recognized Khaled Sobhan, Ph.D., Interim Dean of the Graduate College, for his textbook,
Principles of Geotechnical Engineering with its 2018 McGuffey Longevity Award.
Winning Streak for Student Innovator
Competing against 1,800 pre-collegiate students, Vithulan Suthakaran, also an FAU sophomore, recently placed fourth in the environmental engineering category at the Intel International ...
Volunteers Needed to Help Prevent Alzheimer's
The Comprehensive Center for Brain Health
is enrolling volunteer participants in a pioneering international Alzheimer’s disease prevention research program.
New Online Community for Investigators
The Office of Research Development has launched a new online community for investigators to connect, get grantsmanship questions answered, attend online workshops and more.
Be one of the first to join the community. Log on for a session with Jo Smith, Ph.D., director, Office of Research Development at 2 p.m. on July 16. To log on, click
Recent Sponsored Research Awards
Investigator Name and Project
Sponsor Name and Total Anticipated Funding
Knowledgable Mining and Embedding Learning for Complex Dynamic Information Networks
Determining New Sediment Metrics for Seagrass Restoration Monitoring
Validated Computational Methods in Global Analysis and Applications to Celestial Mechanics