College of Allied Health Professions

PT faculty member interviewed for PT in Motion article

PT faculty member, Patricia (Pat) Hageman, PhD, is cited in a December 2018 publication, PT in Motion. The article highlighted an exchange of views between the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) “Emerging Leader” awardees and members of the Association’s highest membership category called the Catherine Worthingham Fellows (FAPTA). Hageman, a FAPTA, commented that some of the best advice she received in her career was to… Continue Reading

PAs garner grant to improve rural health

Carey Wheelhouse, MSPAS, PA-C, Principal Investigator, and Co-Investigators, Mia Hyde, MPAS, PA-C; Wayne Mathews, MS, PA-C; and Annie Wildermuth, MMS, PA-C, RD, were awarded a pilot grant from the Central State Center for Agricultural Safety. The purpose of their grant, “Improving Agricultural Worker Health and Safety Awareness through Multimodal, Case-Based Physician Assistant Education,” is to improve health outcomes of patients in Midwest agricultural communities through… Continue Reading

Hanson, Anderson Berry, and team receive $1.2m for nutrition research with Norway

Corrine Hanson, PhD, PhD, RD, LMNT, FAND, and Ann Anderson Berry, MD, PhD, (Pediatrics) are part of a collaborative team that received $1.2m in funding from the University Board of the University of Agder in Christensand, Norway to work with the University of Agder to establish a Priority Research Center on Lifecourse Nutrition. Nina Obervy, PhD, at the University of Agder in Norway is the… Continue Reading