College of Health Sciences

The Mission of the College of Health Sciences is making the world healthier by preparing outstanding professionals through education, research, practice and community engagement.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE College of health sciences' 
STUDENT RESEARCH FORUM WINNERS!

The Seventh Annual College of Health Sciences Student Research Forum held Friday, April 8th was a great success.  Twelve undergraduate and eleven graduate students presented their research at the interactive poster session. The quality of their research was excellent. Thank you, faculty and research advisors, for the great job you are doing by exciting our students in research.

Graduate First Place -              

Eric Ondrus and Nathan Bylicki - Advisor, Cindy Bouillon
"Assessment of Balance Between Middle-Aged Individuals with and without Chronic Low Back Pain"

GRADUATE Second Place -

Aaron Luneke and Logan Pendergrast - Advisor, Kimberly McBride
"Relationship Between the Presence of Children in the Home and Healthy Diet"

Undergraduate First Place -

Evan Springer - Advisor, Frank Pizza
"Enhanced Myoblast Fusion via ICAM-1Interaction"

UNDERGRADUATE SECOND PLACE - TIE -

Katie DiMario - Advisor, Stephanie Hughes
"Identifying Pre-Professional Students’ Knowledge and Perceptions of Bullying"

Brandy Pelfrey - Advisor, Stephanie Hughes
"Parents’ Perceptions of Therapeutic Horseback Riding"

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Last Updated: 4/14/16