College of Allied Health Professions
Chun-Kai-Huang, PhD

Chun-Kai Huang, PhD, recently joined the faculty in the division of physical therapy education as a post-doctoral research associate. Here are some fun facts about Dr. Huang, in his own words: “I grew up in a small town in Tainan, Taiwan, where I can reach the sea and the mountain within an hour. My wife, May, and I met each other in the PT school… Continue Reading

Recruiting for the Class of 2030: Part II

Dr. Karst demos the Anatomage table to Hilary and Nick.

If you read Part I a couple of weeks ago, you know my eight-year-old grandson, Nick, and daughter, Hilary, took a tour of the CLS labs just before Christmas. Well, they also got a look at the Anatomage table – a life-size virtual dissection table that displays gross anatomy models reconstructed from cadavers. More cool science! We’d finished in the labs and dropped in to… Continue Reading

Recruiting for the Class of 2030: Part I

Kevin McGuire, MLS(ASCP), shows extracted DNA to Nicholas and Hilary Higgins on tour of the CLS student laboratory.

Which grandma can say she has her grandson’s (and daughter’s) DNA at home in the freezer? This one! It’s a different sort of holiday story. My eight-year-old grandson, Nick, wanted math or science stuff this past Christmas, so we blinded him with science. We fulfilled his digital wish list of flash cards, experiment sets, a microscope, slides, and safety goggles, all of which delighted him… Continue Reading