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CHS Research Day

CHS Research Day

Studies representing a range of research topics such as food and cardiovascular health, sleep and smoking cessation and the physiology of elite athletes were on display at the inaugural CHS Research Day on Friday, Feb. 1. More than 110 posters by undergraduate,...

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Artificial muscle power

Artificial muscle power

A University of Delaware team of researchers from the College of Health Sciences has received nearly $200,000 in start-up funding, through a QED grant from the University City Science Center in Philadelphia, to develop a motorized ankle foot device for children with...

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Making the case for breakfast

Making the case for breakfast

Sharon Collison, a clinical instructor in BHAN, takes up the issue of eating breakfast in an article in Time magazine. (Yes, you should eat breakfast, and while you're at it, it should include protein, whole grains, healthy fat and a vegetable or fruit). Read more...

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CHS Super Bowl Threepeat

CHS Super Bowl Threepeat

This year's Super Bowl might not have been the high-scoring show that fans wanted, but there was definitely a reason to celebrate - for the third year in a row, a UD alum is on the winning team. Jon Hernandez was on the sidelines for the Rams, while Mike Akinbola and...

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Research Day

Research Day

Studies representing a range of research topics such as food and cardiovascular health, sleep and smoking cessation and the physiology of elite athletes were on display at the first CHS Research Day on Friday, Feb. 1. More than 110 posters by undergraduate, graduate...

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Physical Therapy Graduation 2018

Physical Therapy Graduation 2018

The University of Delaware’s Department of Physical Therapy recently honored its newest class of Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) graduates at winter commencement. The 51 students in the Class of 2018 are the 15th class to graduate from the program, which is ranked...

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New master’s program offered

New master’s program offered

UD's Athletic Training Education Program is offering a two-year master’s degree program beginning Summer 2019. The mission of the ATEP is to prepare students to become competent, skillful and compassionate entry-level professionals in the profession of athletic...

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Real world training

Real world training

Ever wondered what it looks like inside the gross anatomy lab in the STAR Health Sciences Complex? Check out this video to learn more about this important teaching resource in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology. 

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