A UNT researcher and a 16-year-old student are working together to fight cancer with mathematics.
Yu-Luen Ma, professor of insurance and risk management, and her team studied Usage-Based Insurance or Pay-As-You-Drive-And-You-Save.
TAMS student Ritik Patnaik works with the college of Engineering, and the college of Health and Public Service to tackle issues of cybersecurity.
College of Science biological science professors Richard Dixon and Vladimir Shulaev have so much expertise in their respective fields they’ve become the go-to source for expert researchers.
Professor Idean Salehyan is recognized by the American Political Science Association as one of the most cited faculty members in his field.
Xuexia Wang was awarded $413,479 for her research on childhood cancer treatment-related adverse outcomes such as therapy related cardiac disease and subsequent malignant neoplasms.
Associate professor Ana Alonso is leading a research project to study a unique type of seed oil produced by the pennycress plant.
Researchers at UNT have built a stronger and safer tactical shelter for military personnel.
Three UNT professors have been awarded more than $1.5 million in grants to begin the work of increasing cultural competency in therapists.
UNT alum Alexis Scott was named one of the “Hidden Figures of Dallas: Top Women of Color in STEM” by the National Society of Black Engineers’ Dallas-Fort Worth chapter.
UNT alums Madison and Sky McClure are founders of Cortex Therapy Solutions, a mobile application that stores therapy activities for speech-language pathologists and their patients.
UNT alum Alan Kumar, assistant professor of pharmacology at the National University of Singapore, is researching how to help women with metastatic cancer respond better to chemotherapy.
UNT alum Dave Copps, founder of DFW-based startup Brainspace, produced technology that can read and learn from hundreds of millions documents simultaneously.
José R. Torres-Ramos has spent the past year completing fieldwork on mariachi music culture in Mexico as part of a Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship.
UNT alum Kathryn Ostermeier used her dissertation to study how different identities at work or at home impact people on the job.