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The College of Health Sciences is making a short trip for a long-term stay at Newark High School (NHS). The relationship becomes official next school year when the college will teach dual-credit classes and a host of undergraduates will mentor high school students. In...read more
As a member of the New England Patriots athletic training staff, University of Delaware alumnus Michael Akinbola won big this season. But it wasn’t just the Super Bowl. The National Football League awarded the Pats the 2016 Ed Block Courage Award NFL Athletic Training...read more
DOVER POST — Dover-area residents whose physical limitations may prevent them from getting regular exercise now have a new way to take part in fitness programs. Following up on a successful effort at its Bear-Glasgow center, the Dover YMCA last week unveiled its “Y...read more
Two-time University of Delaware alumnus Steve Feldman has a unique job. The physical therapist and athletic trainer spends 75 percent of his time with the Philadelphia Eagles, working with the Birds through the off-season, mini-camps, OTAs and regular season...read more
Fear, pain, the sight of blood or prolonged standing – think the long lines of summer travel – can trigger fainting. Our Bill Farquhar tackles the topic in The Conversation. Read the...read more
The College of Health Sciences will introduce two new programs this fall in its Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS). At the undergraduate level, MLS will launch a bachelor of science in applied molecular biology and biotechnology (BAMBB). And, at the...read more
Seniors Katie Katz, Grace Hluchy and Christina Burke want to empower women. The team of undergraduates hopes to end the stigma surrounding women’s health in indigenous communities through a unique project. In the summer of 2016, the nursing students traveled to Banda,...read more
Edith Mitchell, a professor of medical oncology and researcher at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University, spoke to University of Delaware students about the Cancer Moonshot Initiative during a presentation held April 26 in the atrium of the...read more
TRADELINE — The University of Delaware’s College of Health Sciences encourages businesses and the community to play an active role in the Health Sciences campus, with its focus on translational medicine and utilization of the next generation of classrooms. Kathleen...read more
DELAWARE BUSINESS NOW — Commercial real estate firm JLL and Delle Donne and Associates (DDA), in partnership with the University of Delaware formally announced the development of a new office tower at the University of Delaware’s STAR Campus. The project and...read more
Diabetes, like any chronic condition, is tough on kids. Type 1 diabetes comes with a lot of medicine, injections and lifestyle changes. But the condition also affects relationships and impacts entire families. Whether children with diabetes are at school, at home or...read more
Movement is key to a child’s brain development. That’s the idea behind the University of Delaware’s Move to Learn (M2L) Innovation Lab and its Pediatric Mobility Lab and Design Studio. M2L researchers have created the Playskin Lift suit to promote healthy motion and...read more