Malawi magic

Her guide at the African game reserve carried a rifle to fend off aggressive hippos, elephants and cheetahs. What he couldn’t fend off was the tsetse fly, whose bite can cause sometimes fatal African sleeping sickness. And it was a … Continue reading
Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building ushers in new art at Wright State
Bowling Green artist designs new installation to inspire those working in newest building on Wright State’s campus when it opens in 2015. Continue reading
New alliance will strengthen area, patient care
Excerpt Leaders of the Wright State University-Premier Health Neuroscience Institute and Dayton Children’s Hospital believe a new affiliation announced Thursday will help patients and strengthen Dayton as a home to neuro-trauma research. The alliance means a nearly $2 million investment … Continue reading
Video — “SAM” project could change the future of driving
Benjamin Ausdenmoore, a Wright State graduate who now works at Ball Aerospace, played a key role in outfitting a simulator that allows a disabled person to drive. Ausdenmoore and his colleagues at Ball developed technology that allowed a disabled race car driver to get … Continue reading

Optimizing healthcare logistics and distance Master’s programs

Dr. Pratik Parikh's student research team optimizes healthcare supply chains and hospital logistics; they analyze data to determine how information, equipment, people, and materials can be better organized, moved, or used. Just as Dr. Parikh makes healthcare more efficient, effective, and economical, the distance classes for the all-online master's degree in Human Factors Engineering also take that approach. Choose any one of the five IHE Master's tracks to work at your own pace, meet caring faculty, make a difference, and find a balance between career and life. Scholarships are available for WPAFB military and civilian personnel. Dr. Parikh is Associate Professor of Biomedical, Industrial, & Human Factors Engineering at Wright State.