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2019 USciences News
Physical Therapy Students Trade White Coats for Wetsuits at Adaptive Surfing Event
August 20, 2019
As a way to show other physical therapy students a fun opportunity to interact with patients outside of the clinic, Christopher Grimes DPT'21 invited his classmates to volunteer at Life Rolls On's They Will Surf Again event as part of the 2019 Get On Board Tour.
MBA Grad Earns National Grassroots Advocacy Award
August 19, 2019
Manjula Jayabalan MBA'17, PharmD, enrolled in USciences MBA program with a focus in pharmaceutical and healthcare business while she was a pharmacy resident to help further her career before it even started. This year, Dr. Jayabalan was awarded for her grassroots work to advocate on behalf of managed care pharmacy relative to current legislative, regulatory and policy issues.
Brewing Science Director Cooks up New Textbook
August 13, 2019
Matthew Farber PhD, director of the Brewing Science Certificate Program and assistant professor of biology can now add another title to his name: published textbook author.
OT Student Explores Research Opportunities at Summer Institute
August 12, 2019
Nancy Greene MS'16 (Health Psychology), DrOT'20 participated in the American Occupational Therapy Association's Summer Institute for Future Scientists at the Medical University of South Carolina where she learned about research opportunities and built a network of peers.
Decades Apart, Grandmother and Granddaughter Share a Career Path and Legacy
August 08, 2019
For Dominique Fields P'95, PharmD'99 her grandmother, Marie R. Kern (Ranere) BAC'36, P'61, was always a role model. Fields followed in Kern's footsteps, working at the same job in the same hospital.
Dig It: Student's Passion Leads to Month-Long Excavation Trip in Belize
August 06, 2019
Victoria Pobok Bio'20, HumSci'20 has always loved learning about ancient cultures and this summer she was able to indulge that curiosity during a month-long archeological dig in Northern Belize studying the ancient Maya.
Bradley Pratzner DPT'17 Let Curiosity, Professors Help Him Find His Career Path
August 05, 2019
As a physical therapist interacting with rehabilitation patients with a wide variety of diagnoses, Bradley Pratzner DPT'17 has frequently relied on his experience and education from University of the Sciences as he treats patients including those with amputations, transplants, spinal cord injuries, stroke and more.
Brewing Science Grads Find Success in Variety of Brewing Industry Fields
August 01, 2019
Graduates of USciences Brewing Science Certificate program have found successful careers as brewpub owners, quality and lab managers, and as brewers for some of the industry's leading employers.
Brewing Science Certificate Helped Dan Neuner Realize Career in Quality Control
August 01, 2019
The USciences Brewing Science Certificate Program launched brewer Dan Neuner's career in a new direction.
Certificate Program Helped Grads Brew Up a Career Change
August 01, 2019
For many it takes several years working a traditional desk job to realize they need a change. For Chris Preston and Emily Siddall, the desire to change up their day-to-day led to them both enrolling in USciences Brewing Science Certificate Program.
Dave Goldman Went from Home Brewer to Pro Following Brewing Science Certificate Program
August 01, 2019
In 2017, Dave Goldman was an experienced home brewer and co-owner of a group of restaurants. His passion for brewing and public demand for craft beer propelled the decision to build a brewpub, Urban Village in Northern Liberties.
Future Devils Bond at Summer Orientation Sessions
July 30, 2019
Hundreds of incoming USciences students bonded over three separate orientation sessions ahead of the upcoming fall semester.
Decoding Substance Use Disorder: Students Shift Perspective During "Life Changing" Conference
July 25, 2019
Described as "by far one of the best decisions I've made in college" by one student, attending the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Institute on Substance Use Disorders in Salt Lake City, Utah has been an annual experience for students of George Downs PharmD'72 for 31 years.
USciences Student Explores Medical Field Through Competitive CHOP Internship
July 24, 2019
Cindy Hong Neuro'21 wrote a guest blog detailing her experiences at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute Summer Scholars Program (CRISSP), a competitive 10-week summer internship.
USciences Graduate Named Chair of Occupational Therapy Department
July 23, 2019
After a year of serving as interim chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy, Wendy Walsh MOT’00, PhD’18 (health policy), MOT, OTR/L, assistant professor of occupational therapy, has been named permanently to the position.
Honors Students Explore "Flaneur" During Trip to France, Netherlands
July 22, 2019
USciences Honors Program traveled with 21 students and three faculty to Amsterdam, Netherlands; Paris, France; and Normandy, France from May 7 to 16, 2019 to explore the theme of the flâneur.
Chemistry PhD Student James Gamrat Realizes Passion for Academia
July 18, 2019
Gamrat, who hopes to work at a University as a professor with his own research lab, has found success working in the chemistry department and various labs during his time as a PhD student at USciecnes.
Fruit Fly Research Possible Key to Understanding Alzheimer's and Degenerative Diseases
July 16, 2019
Thanks to a new grant from the National Institute of Health, Maggie Pearce PhD, assistant professor of biology and neuroscience, is leading a new study to explore degenerative diseases using fruit flies.
Pharmacy Students Serve Nearly 1200 Patients During Jamaican Mission Trip
July 16, 2019
Jamaica in the summer sounds like a vacation, but for one group of USciences students, it was another step in their academic career to prepare them for a job in the healthcare industry.
Biochemistry Student Gains Experience at Coveted Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Internship
July 16, 2019
Chosen as one of eighteen undergraduates from among more than 850 applicants, Blake Nelson BC'20 is gaining hands-on experience at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where eight Nobel laureates have contributed to major discoveries in science.