School

The Martin School issues the 1st public policy license

The Martin School issues the 1st public policy license

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (December 15, 2022) — When launching the University of Kentucky in December 2022, the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration will celebrate the first student to receive a bachelor’s degree in public policy from its undergraduate program. The Martin School began offering an undergraduate public policy major in the fall of 2020. …

The Martin School issues the 1st public policy license Read More »

Edward Avedisian, clarinetist who donated $100 million to BU medical school, dies at 85 - The Boston Globe

Edward Avedisian, clarinetist who donated $100 million to BU medical school, dies at 85 – The Boston Globe

Fast forward A look at the news and events that shape the day, delivered a few times a week with a side of humor and a dash of attitude. “I didn’t want anything with my name on it,” Mr Avedisian told BU in September. “But he said, ‘I will only do it if your name …

Edward Avedisian, clarinetist who donated $100 million to BU medical school, dies at 85 – The Boston Globe Read More »

EISAI AND WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN ST.  LOUIS SIGNED GLOBAL RESEARCH COLLABORATION AGREEMENT TO CREATE NEW THERAPIES FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

EISAI AND WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN ST. LOUIS SIGNED GLOBAL RESEARCH COLLABORATION AGREEMENT TO CREATE NEW THERAPIES FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

TOKYO, December 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Eisai Co., Ltd. (headquarters : TokyoCEO: Haruo Naito“Eisai”) announced today that Eisai and University of Washington School of Medicine Saint Louis have entered into a global research collaboration agreement aimed at creating potential new treatments for neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and Parkinson’s disease (PD). University of Washington …

EISAI AND WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN ST. LOUIS SIGNED GLOBAL RESEARCH COLLABORATION AGREEMENT TO CREATE NEW THERAPIES FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES Read More »

A nutritious school lunch can help improve children's academic performance.  Here is a nutritionist who explains why

A nutritious school lunch can help improve children’s academic performance. Here is a nutritionist who explains why

The importance of adequate nutrition during childhood should not be overlooked. Parents play a key role in ensuring that their children meet their daily needs for vitamins, minerals and macronutrients. If children have a poor diet, eating processed foods like cookies, chips, pop, and junk food, they may be at risk for nutritional deficiencies. Parents …

A nutritious school lunch can help improve children’s academic performance. Here is a nutritionist who explains why Read More »

Tackling Mental Health: Triad School Staff Receive New Training Tool

Tackling Mental Health: Triad School Staff Receive New Training Tool

Mental Health Issues and schools across the state are making sure to make mental and behavioral health a priority right now. like NC PAL. Over the next few months, staff will be trained to help students who may need it. “We are seeing up to 45-50% more children struggling with significant depression now than before …

Tackling Mental Health: Triad School Staff Receive New Training Tool Read More »

Dr. Jeffrey Boscamp has been appointed Dean of the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Nutley.

Hackensack Meridian Medical School appoints new Dean

Dr. Jeffrey Boscamp, a longtime Hackensack Meridian Health executive who served as acting dean of the medical school following the sudden death of Dr. Bonita Stanton, has been named dean of the fledgling institution, who graduated its first doctors last year. Boscamp, a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases, has been involved with the medical school …

Hackensack Meridian Medical School appoints new Dean Read More »

$3.5 million to help IU School of Medicine study brain disorders

$3.5 million to help IU School of Medicine study brain disorders

The judges Kerry Erickson, Acting Editor, The Times of Northwest Indiana Kerry Ericson Tony V. Martin, dossier, The Times Kerry Erickson is the acting editor of the Times of Northwest Indiana. Erickson holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Eastern Illinois University and served as an associate feature editor and overnight editor at The Times. …

$3.5 million to help IU School of Medicine study brain disorders Read More »

A nutritious school lunch can help improve children's academic performance.  Here is a nutritionist who explains why

A nutritious school lunch can help improve children’s academic performance. Here is a nutritionist who explains why

The importance of adequate nutrition during childhood should not be overlooked. Parents play a key role in ensuring that their children meet their daily needs for vitamins, minerals and macronutrients. If children have a poor diet, eating processed foods like cookies, chips, pop, and junk food, they may be at risk for nutritional deficiencies. Parents …

A nutritious school lunch can help improve children’s academic performance. Here is a nutritionist who explains why Read More »

What the IU School of Medicine will do with a $400 million gift from IU Health

What the IU School of Medicine will do with a $400 million gift from IU Health

Last year, IU Health donated $400 million to the IU School of Medicine. Dr. Jay L. Hess, dean of the medical school, said the funds will be distributed over three years and across multiple projects, including support for residency and scholarship opportunities in hopes more graduates decide to work in Indiana in health care and …

What the IU School of Medicine will do with a $400 million gift from IU Health Read More »