Lovelace and Vogt Inducted into Duquesne’s Research Hall of Fame

Dr. Temple Lovelace, associate professor of special education, and Dr. Jana Patton-Vogt, professor of biological sciences, were recognized for their outstanding research endeavors and accomplishments at an April 17 induction ceremony for the University’s Research Hall of Fame.

Drs. Jana Patton-Vogt, James Phillips and Temple Lovelace

Lovelace’s research examines the interconnected nature of disability and race and works to create innovative, culturally-sustaining interventions for students with emotional and behavioral disorders.

Vogt is a biochemist and geneticist whose research is focused on the study of lipid metabolism. Her career highlights include the discovery and characterization of several novel genes involved in lipid metabolism.

Duquesne’s Research Hall of Fame honors faculty members who have made substantial contributions in their respective fields. Each Hall of Fame inductee was presented with a set of personalized baseball-style trading cards that highlight their expertise and grant funding.

Past inductees, deans and members of the faculty and the Office of Research were in attendance.