Translational Health Research Center names 2023-24 faculty fellows
Texas State University’s Translational Health Research Center (THRC) has announced new applied research partnerships with the 2023-2024 faculty fellows cohort.
The THRC is teaming up with these cutting-edge applied researchers to address national concerns that help Texas communities. The cohort, composed of Texas State faculty and staff, are engaging in research topics ranging from AI technology that will potentially aid firefighters in areas ranging from search and rescue to soil regeneration processes that support both human health and ecological resilience. All research initiatives are focused on community health and resiliency.
The 2023-2024 Fellows are: Ty Schepis, Ph.D., Department of Psychology; Nicole Wagner, Ph.D., Department of Agricultural Sciences; Damian Valles Molina, Ph.D., Ingram School of Engineering; Carolyn Chang, Ph.D., director, Title III Generación STEM – Academic Services; Elizabeth K. Eger, Ph.D., Department of Communication Studies; Daniel Carter, Ph.D., School of Journalism and Mass Communication; and Kym Fox, School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
For additional information, contact Dusty Vaught at email@example.com or visit healthresearch.txst.edu/.
About the Translational Health Research Center
Texas State University’s THRC engages in cutting-edge research partnerships with industry, academic and community-based organizations working together to improve physical, mental, community and public health. Through these partnerships, THRC advances and shares research to foster healthy and resilient people and places.