Inspired by Nature; Opportunities; Noteworthy; News
Inspired by Nature; Opportunities; Noteworthy; News
360 Connect Newsletter
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February 19, 2021
Issue 016
360 Connect Newsletter
MAKING CONNECTIONS ACROSS THE RESEARCH SPECTRUM—
FROM CELLS TO CLINICS TO COMMUNITIES—TO TRANSFORM HEALTH
PIONEERING THE FUTURE: INSPIRED BY NATURE

Inspiration can come from many places and that's certainly true for scientists who are following nature's lead as they create new ways to treat and prevent disease. Researchers in the College of Pharmacy and Department of Biochemistry are seeking better medicines by looking to exotic marine animals, infectious pathogens and our own immune systems.

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HORMONAL IUDS AS EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION
Published in the New England Journal of Medicine, research from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology demonstrates that hormonal IUDs are a safe and viable alternative for emergency contraception.
 
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EXPLORING NEW HEALTH FRONTIERS
In its first year, the Center of Excellence for Exposure Health Informatics (CEEHI), housed in the College of Nursing, is giving researchers a better understanding of the complex interactions between the world around us and the world within us.
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In the loop
NOTEWORTHY
HAPPENINGS
OPPORTUNITIES
RESOURCES
SPOTLIGHT PUBLICATIONS
HEADLINES

ASYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 TESTING AVAILABLE

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PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS AND COVID-19

Pregnant women who become severely ill due to COVID-19 are at greater risk of dying and experiencing serious pregnancy complications compared to pregnant women who have COVID-19 but were asymptomatic, or without symptoms.

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POPULAR MAPS FAIL TO CONVEY PANDEMIC RISKS

Widely used maps that chart the spread and prevalence of the virus fail to improve understanding of the potential risk of contracting COVID-19, according to new research from the Department of Population Health Sciences.

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