Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky have launched a joint initiative to help prepare students for success in doctoral degree programs and for careers in biomedical research.
Eastern Kentucky University students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in chemistry or forensic science can now also complete a master’s degree in chemistry in one additional year as part of an accelerated dual degree program.
For the third time in four years, an Eastern Kentucky University graduate has received a Phi Kappa Phi National Fellowship for graduate study.
With its unique bioinformatics degree option for undergraduates, Eastern Kentucky University is poised at the leading edge of a revolution in health care – one that will embrace DNA analysis to personalize medicine, improve the quality of care and bring down costs.
Chunfen Jin, an Eastern Kentucky University graduate student, placed first in her category at the 97th annual meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences at Murray State University, Nov. 4-6.
Eastern Kentucky University has the lead role in a National Institutes of Health-funded initiative to research therapeutic treatment for those who have suffered traumatic brain injury (TBI).