Celebrating the Past and Charting the Future
50 Years of Educating Healthcare Professionals.
- Nutrition Graduate Student Brings Farm to Preschool Can nutrition students make an impact on young children’s eating habits later in life? Coordinated Program graduate student Diana Myers tries to teach children at a Forest Park preschool about where healthy foods originate. The post Nutrition Graduate Student Brings Farm to Preschool appeared first on News Hub.News
- Amino Acid Transporter May Offer Lung Cancer Patients New Hope An amino acid transporter named xCT may affect the growth and progression of non-small cell lung cancer, a discovery that may predict the five-year survival rate of patients suffering from this cancer, now at 16 percent, researchers at Georgia State University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center have concluded. The post Amino Acid Transporter May Offer Lung Cancer Patients New Hope appeared first on News Hub.News
- Department of Physical Therapy Welcomes a New Chair The Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions welcomes Sujay Galen, PT, Ph.D., FHEA as the new academic chair of the Department of Physical Therapy. Galen joins the faculty as an associate professor from Wayne State University where he served as the interim program director of physical therapy. The post Department of Physical Therapy Welcomes a New Chair appeared first on News Hub.News
- Precious McGowan (B.S. ‘18), From Veteran to Student Nurse Researcher Seven years in the military honed nursing student Precious McGowan’s discipline, aiding the veteran in earning first a B.S. in biochemistry in 2016 and now a B.S. in nursing. The post Precious McGowan (B.S. ‘18), From Veteran to Student Nurse Researcher appeared first on News Hub.News