Construction is ongoing at Health Sciences, but individuals can still safely access the photo studio, located at G290 in Health Sciences South. For those trying to reach the studio, please proceed beyond the construction signage.
Department of Otolaryngology faculty members Monika Freiser,M.D., MPH; Christopher Roberts, M.D. chief resident and PGY5 in the program; and Chadi Makary, M.D. have completed the first Inspire procedure at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center.
Hussein Jaffal, M.D., has joined the West Virginia University School of Medicine as an assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. Jaffal’s area of expertise is all ear, nose and throat conditions in children with special interest in diseases of the upper airway, voice disorders, swallowing conditions, pediatric neck masses and vascular anomalies.
The BeWell team is offering a series of helpful tips for mental health and wellbeing called "Try This Tuesday." This week, Layne Hitchcock discusses "mindful walking," a simple practice that can improve your quality of life and clear your mind of clutter.
Fourth-year West Virginia University School of Medicine student Daniel Farrell will be presenting a cornea case at the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Grand Rounds on Wednesday, July 28, at 7 a.m. This will be followed by a lecture on fatigue mitigation. The presentation will take place over Zoom.
The mindfulness team presents its latest round of virtual workshops to learn various experiential techniques and bring focused attention into the now moment to enjoy a calmer mental and emotional state.
Dr. Nasira Roidad and Dr. Meera Mehta will speak as part of the Medicine Grand Rounds on Friday, July 30, at 8 a.m. This presentation titled "OPAT: Bridging the Pieces Together" will take place over Zoom and in person at the Fukushima Auditorium, Room 1901.
The Teaching Scholars Program will be held via Zoom for one hour each Thursday from Sept. 2, 2021, through May 19, 2022, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. This program is open to faculty on ALL WVU Campuses.
Public Health, Cancer Institute researcher appointed to WHO Development Group to advance rehabilitation as a priority health strategy
With an increase in the number of people living with chronic disease, the World Health Organization has identified rehabilitation as a priority healthy strategy for the 21st century and, to help lead that strategy, a West Virginia University researcher.
On Save a Life Day on Saturday, Sept. 25, members of the Monongalia County Quick Response Team (QRT) will be teaching naloxone administration to anyone interested. They will also give away free applications of the medication, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.