College of Allied Health Professions

Medical nutrition tapped as demonstration program

The UNMC College of Allied Health Professions master of medical nutrition (MMN) program will be one of approximately 20 programs in the country that will serve as a first cohort demonstration site for the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. The college will serve as a site for ACEND’s Graduate Degree Program Future Education Model Accreditation Standards. CAHP Dean Kyle Meyer, Ph.D., called… Continue Reading

Hanson and Anderson Berry publish important findings, impact lives of preemies

  PLOS One, a leading peer-reviewed journal, published a study by co-principal investigators Corrine Hanson, PhD, associate professor in our medical nutrition education program and Ann Anderson Berry, MD, associate professor in UNMC’s division of newborn medicine. Their study means premature babies will receive twice the previously recommended dose of vitamin D, now. “This finding will clearly have a major impact on the health of… Continue Reading

Growth brings new roles in the CAHP

The College of Allied Health Professions (CAHP) has seen tremendous progress and change over the past few years, and that growth has brought some role transitions. Most recently, Pat O’Neil has transitioned from director to assistant dean for finance and administration, a position reflective of the increased scope and depth of her responsibilities since we became a college. Pat holds a BS in Finance from… Continue Reading