Students pursue two passions: patient care and research.
Can the brain take on the role normally filled by insulin?
OT student Julie Grant is fulfilling a dream that began at 13: helping others.
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When does a physician treat a gorilla? When the gorilla needs life-saving sinus surgery.
Inventor makes breakthrough in regeneration.
Laura Katers, M.S., PA-C (Seattle Class 45) is an advocate for disadvantaged populations.
Researchers attack the problem through protein design and immunology.
Alumna Glenna Burmer combines music and medicine.
Standardizing ECG screenings for athletes.
Student researchers take a holistic view.
Civil Wars, Natural Disasters, Disease Outbreaks and Drought — in class.