Wonder what research attracts Marquette faculty scholars? Take a look at a few examples.
Dr. Lynn Turner, professor of communication — honored with the elite National Communication Association’s Bernard J. Brommel Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Family Communication.
Dr. Abby Keller, director of clinical research in the physician assistant studies program — studying the impact of non-physician assessment of depression in minority populations.
Dr. Joe Schimmels, professor of mechanical electrical engineering — patent filed for a prosthetic robotic arm with an elasticity element.
Dr. Abdur Chowdhury, professor of economics — wrote “Virtual Currency and the Financial System: The Case of Bitcoin” for Investments & Wealth Monitor.
Dr. Nancy Snow, professor of philosophy — co-leading the interdisciplinary research initiative “The Self, Motivation and Virtue” with a $2.6 million three-year grant awarded by the Templeton Religion Trust.
Dr. Allison Abbott, associate professor of biological sciences — focusing on micro-RNAs that control circadian rhythms in plants, animals and humans.
See much more at marquette.edu/research.