A new WSU College of Medicine study shows low-socioeconomic neighborhoods have higher densities of cannabis producers, processors and retailers than more advantaged neighborhoods.
It can take a year or longer of trial and error for a doctor to determine if a man is infertile. New research by WSU biologist Michael Skinner could change that.
Researchers with WSU’s Integrated Design and Construction Laboratory are exploring ways to make energy-efficient buildings more comfortable for those working in them.
Kim Layne, 25, plans to use the platform to inform the public on the stigmas and attitudes associated with neurological conditions – something she’s experienced personally since she was diagnosed with narcolepsy, a chronic sleep disorder causing daytime drowsiness.
Family forest and farm owners in southeastern Washington can learn how to steward and pass their lands to the next generation, at the “Ties to the Land” workshop, Tuesday, Nov. 12 in Asotin, Wash.
Findings from the study—which looked for changes across a span of 25 years—also suggest that fewer Native men are dying from heart-disease-related events, such as heart attacks and strokes.
WSU pharmacy students learned about a career as a specialist in poison information from Erica Liebelt, executive and medical director of the Washington Poison Center and WSU clinical professor.
The book, “Betweener Autoethnographies (Qualitative Inquiry and Social Justice),” recently won the 2019 Ethnography Division Best Book Award from the National Communication Association.
It uses nanosized particles to transport cell-killing drugs directly to the cells that drive the immune response involved in inflammatory diseases.
WSU and Biopharmaceutical Research Company scientists will examine cannabis under a federally-compliant research partnership.