Perceived pregnancy discrimination indirectly relates to increased levels of postpartum depressive symptoms for mothers and lower birth weights, lower gestational ages and increased numbers of doctor visits for babies, according to a management study led by Baylor University.
Liela Romero, a 2011 Baylor graduate, has distinguished herself as a leading young organic chemist and researcher. With the help of a $2 million CPRIT grant, she's returning to her alma mater to teach and contribute to Baylor's growing research enterprise.
A Baylor summer program provides math intervention for children aged pre-K through second grade, developing research-based curriculum and programs to help students build a foundation for mathematic success.
Kenny Befus, assistant professor of geosciences, is one of four Baylor faculty members to earn CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation this spring. Learn more about his research studying strains in minerals and gemstones as a record of geological forces.
Elyssia Gallagher, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, is one of four Baylor faculty members to earn CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation this spring. Learn more about her novel research to devise new methods for analyzing the function of glycans and their impact on the body.
Stanley Ling, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is one of four Baylor faculty members to earn CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation this spring. Learn more about his expansive research studying and simulating fuel sprays to enable engineers to develop more efficient fuel injection systems.
Michael Scullin, assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience, is one of four Baylor faculty members to earn CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation this spring. Learn more about his research studying the relationship between sleep and the ability to learn complex STEM materials.
Baylor University’s drive toward Research 1 (R1) status received a major boost this spring as four faculty members earned prestigious CAREER development awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Around the world, a variety of challenges keep children in need of life-changing surgery from getting the care they need. Baylor epidemiologist Emily Smith aims to bridge that gap through research and advocacy with the United Nations.
The relationship between customer satisfaction and firm performance is strong--under the right conditions. Ashley Otto, assistant professor of marketing in Baylor's Hankamer School of Business, publishes insights from a quarter-century's worth of meta analysis.
Baylor music professor and internationally-recognized Beethoven scholar Robin Wallace brings unique insight to his research on the composer. Beethoven's deafness has long been studied, but Wallace navigated that study while living with deafness in his family. His book, Hearing Beethoven is a seminal look at the nature of disability, personality and creativity.
It was barely a month ago that we wrote about how a Baylor program — picked up and supported by the USDA, PepsiCo, McLane Global and others — had quickly ramped up to provide a million meals a week to schoolchildren in rural areas impacted by COVID-19-related school closures. Here’s how well that program has …
Chemical compounds found in many consumer products could be major contributors to the onset of lipid-related diseases, such as obesity, according to a Baylor University study led by Ramon Lavado, assistant professor of environmental science.