Researchers at West Virginia University have identified a set of diagnostic metabolic biomarkers that can help them develop artificial intelligence tools to detect Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages, as well as determine risk factors and treatment interventions.
Oral health professionals will be introduced to West Virginia University School of Dentistry research and reviews at the upcoming American Academy of Oral Medicine (AAOM) conference.
Between now and Oct. 1, ITS will begin transitioning remote access to certain Health Sciences applications from the current HSC VDI (also called HS View) to new tools that will ensure continued, secure access to the data and services you need.
Students in the West Virginia University School of Dentistry are learning to be service-oriented practitioners while discovering solutions that reduce oral health disparities in West Virginia. Hands-on experiences such as those in the School’s Rural Rotation, which recently celebrated 30 years of outreach, are not only beneficial for students learning about rural practice, but also the patients they serve.
WVU in the News: Second by second, the exact effect of vaping compared to cigarettes on the body after every puff
Mark Olfert, professor in the WVU School of Medicine, talks with the Daily Mail about how nicotine affects the body, no matter the source.
A Heart Health and Black History Month discussion panel will take place Monday, Feb. 26, from 6:30-8 p.m. in the Mountainlair Gluck Theater. All members of the WVU and local communities are welcome.
Registration information about the March CED Ability Grand Rounds webinar.
When Elizabeth Minchau first started working as a nurse practitioner at the West Virginia University Student Health clinic, she noticed a concerning trend—many of the new college students didn’t know how to manage their health independently. Minchau, now a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) graduate at the WVU School of Nursing, sought to fix this issue.
Patrice A. Harris, M.D., a West Virginia University School of Medicine alumna, will address the American Medical Association Medical Student Section on Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 4:30 p.m. in Erma Byrd 201.
WVU School of Medicine Pathologists’ Assistant students receive white coats, begin clinical rotations
For Pathologists’ Assistant students at the WVU School of Medicine, receiving their white coats is a milestone in their academic journey. It marks the transition from classroom instruction to hands-on clinical training in pathology laboratories.