To accommodate upgrades and repairs to electrical facilities, there will be a planned power outage at Health Sciences on Sunday, Sept. 22, from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
“There’s something big brewing in the south,” begins a recent article in the Pittsburgh Business Times that refers to WVU Medicine.
The WVU College of Law will host "Climate Change and Public Health: Addressing the Growing Crisis" on Sept. 21 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the College of Law Event Hall. Keynote speaker is Bernard Goldstein, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. WVU speakers are professors Robert Duval of the School of Public Health and Nicolas Zegreof the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design.
West Virginia University Health Sciences behavioral and biomedical sciences (BBS) predoctoral training program was recently awarded a five-year, $1.9 million grant to prepare behavioral scientists for leadership roles related to the nation’s biomedical, behavioral and clinical research needs.
Clay Marsh, M.D., vice president and executive dean for WVU Health Sciences, recently published an observation piece in Scientific American's online publication. Marsh addresses American medical students, physicians and nurses about the state of our healthcare system, how its healthcare workers are sick and why West Virginia is taking a different approach.
WVU School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology Professor and WVU Cancer Institute Research Programs Member Sarah Knox has been invited to speak at the Biomedicine and Holistic Medicine in Cooperation Conference.
The dental hygiene program welcomes a freshman class of 22 students with updates on academic and professional standards and team building.
Dental school's tobacco treatment training program will host its third continuing education course in May 2020.
Through the West Virginia Army National Guard, dental school graduates who commit to service could be eligible for a bonus, loan repayment or stipends.
You’re more likely to find suicides when you look for them. And, much of the time, we don’t. Grieving families would frequently prefer not to touch the issue. “The underreporting of suicide is a recognized concern in Canada and internationally,” reads a 2016 study based on data from the Public Health Agency of Canada. Suicide deaths are also examined a lot less closely, on average: a 2010 report found that about 55 percent of US suicide deaths get autopsied, compared to 92 percent of homicides.