Research at Rochester

Sutherland-Foggio shines a light on Ewing’s sarcoma research

His fascination with healthcare systems drove him to study abroad in Italy spring semester of his junior year. There, Sutherland-Foggio participated in research comparing the Italian mental health system to that of the United States, focusing on New York.

Research at Rochester: Lenoe looks at everyday women from the feminist movement

Eleanor Lenoe entered UR determined not to study history. Four years later, Lenoe is graduating with a degree in History.

Research at Rochester: Sammartino’s mathematic explorations

The challenge was to find a square or prove that one cannot exist. “Most research in mathematics is scribbling on a whiteboard and banging your head in frustration.”

Research at Rochester: Yahn’s worldwide journey studying the brain

Scientists like Bryce Yahn have been researching and coding neural networks from Boston to Berlin to right here in Rochester.

Research at Rochester: Flint leads the frontier of spectropolarimetry

At the forefront of modern physics, sernior Serena Flint pioneers new coding techniques, taking machine learning in spectropolarimetry to new heights.
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Research at Rochester: Through texts and city ruins, Remus digs up history

You might find her 10,000 feet in the air, towering over Chavín de Huántar, exploring through Ghana, or mingling with shopkeepers in our Public Market.

Research at Rochester: Kazemi examines the problem of human-caused methane

Scientists like senior Roxana Kazemi have been studying the damage that methane has caused on the environmental forefront.

Research at Rochester: Trapp investigates longevity through naked mole rats

In collaboration with a postdoctoral associate, Trapp is studying the tumor-fighting mechanisms that appear to help naked mole rats live a healthier, longer life.

Research at Rochester: Turman explores identities through film photography

"There’s something special about old-timey faces where individuals in the photos have much softer features in posing versus the angular structure that we see today."

Research at Rochester: Senior Shagun Bose combines STEM and art

“A person who does sculpture is as much of an engineer as someone who works with robots,” Bose said. “They’re just using different mediums.”