Catherine Johnson

Researchers present TBI work at Missouri 100 meeting

Posted by on March 3, 2020

Four Missouri S&T researchers discussed their work related to the early detection of traumatic brain injury (TBI) at the February meeting of the Missouri 100, an advocacy group for the University of Missouri System.

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Ozzy had a blast at S&T

Posted by on July 25, 2018

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SPOILER ALERT: If you missed the July 18 episode of Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour, rocker and reality TV star Ozzy Osbourne visited S&T’s Experimental Mine … and he blew things up. More precisely, Dr. Catherine Johnson and Dr. Paul Worsey assisted Ozzy and his children, Jack and Kelly, with setting off explosions in and around the mine. In the episode,

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All aboard! Watch S&T’s experimental mine on Ozzy Osbourne TV show

Posted by on July 18, 2018

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Missouri S&T’s Experimental Mine is getting national exposure on a TV show called Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour on the A&E Network. Tune in at 8 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, July 18). The time is listed as 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (ET) on the website but will air at 8 p.m. Central Standard Time (CT). Watch a preview of tonight’s show, “I am Ice Cream Man.”

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Graduate students garner research awards

Posted by on April 3, 2018

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Missouri S&T’s graduate studies office celebrated the winners of the ninth annual Graduate Fellows Poster Session at an awards banquet on March 21.

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In the news: Brain injury research

Posted by on March 6, 2018

  • Reporter Brea Douglas’ story, “New Research Could Detect and Prevent Traumatic Brain Injuries” highlighted S&T’s traumatic brain injury research partnership with Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) and Fort Leonard Wood. Dr. Casey Burton, Dr. Catherine Johnson and Dr. Yinfa Ma were featured in the story, which aired Feb. 12 on KOLR TV, based in Springfield, Missouri.
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Military program matches grad student with research mentors

Posted by on June 6, 2017

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Ph.D. student Barbara Rutter discovered that she would like to work for the Department of Justice on counter-domestic terrorism research after she graduates, thanks to an educational program offered by the U.S. Army. Rutter, a graduate student in explosives engineering and a veteran of the U.S. Marines who served a tour in Afghanistan, was selected for the Army Educational Outreach Program’s (AEOP) College Qualified Leaders (CQL) program. She was featured in the AEOP Alumni Spotlight newsletter in March.

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