College of Allied Health Professions

Perfusion degree is culmination of long journey for Ralph Abalo

Story by Kalani Simpson, UNMC Public Relations, May 4, 2018 Ralph Abalo, who will graduate Saturday with a master of perfusion science degree from the College of Allied Health Professions, has a story of how he got here. It began on May 22, 2004. He knows the exact date, because that is when he first came to the United States. “It’s a blessing not given… Continue Reading

Great showing at the 87th annual NSRT Conference

submitted by Tanya Custer, MS, RT(R)(T) It was a busy weekend for MITS students and faculty at the 87th Annual Nebraska Society of Radiologic Technology Conference in Grand Island, NE. Tanya Custer, Lisa Bartenhagen, Tammy Webster, Mike Dutt, Greg Mehrer and Kim Michael attended, along with various students in radiography (RT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and diagnostic medical sonography (DMS). Presentations Lisa Bartenhagen served as… Continue Reading

Corrine Hanson, Ph.D. named Outstanding Mentor of Junior Faculty

Corrine Hanson, Ph.D., associate professor, medical nutrition education, College of Allied Health Professions, will receive the Outstanding Faculty Mentor of Junior Faculty Award at the annual Faculty Senate Awards ceremony, at 4 p.m., April 24 in the Durham Research Center Auditorium. Name: Corrine Hanson, Ph.D. Title: Associate professor, medical nutrition education, College of Allied Health Professions Joined UNMC: 2011 Hometown: Schuyler, Neb. With how many… Continue Reading