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College of Health Sciences Dean Search

The University of Kentucky invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the College of Health Sciences. The candidate should have the ability and vision to lead an interprofessional health care college within an institution that aspires to become one of the nation’s premier public research universities.  The Dean is responsible for the overall supervision and direction of the college that includes programs in athletic training, medical laboratory science, clinical leadership and management, clinical nutrition, communication sciences and disorders, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, human health sciences, and rehabilitation sciences, with baccalaureate, masters, professional doctorate, and PhD level programs. Click here to view the position announcement. Click here to view the Leadership Profile    

Want to be a Lab Detective? Learn more about Medical Laboratory Science

Do you love to solve mysteries? Go behind the scenes of modern medicine and become a lab detective with a degree in Medical Laboratory Science. This health care profession is in high demand across the country and offers a good starting salary. Find out if it's right for you.  

Learn About Our Newest Degree - Human Health Sciences

Want to prepare for a future in health care? We have a program for that! Our newest baccalaureate degree program, Human Health Sciences (HHS), is now entering its second year. HHS serves as a pre-professional undergraduate degree for students who aspire to careers in health care, such as dentistry, pharmacy, physician assistant studies and physical therapy. The program offers an interprofessional education with broad exposure to health care practices, policies and management. Find out more.

 

 

 

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New Opportunities Abound as Six UK Colleges Offer New Majors, Minors, Certificates and Graduate Programs

Voice Loss or Damage a Frustrating Side Effect of Throat Cancer Treatment (by Vrushali Angadi for the Lexington Herald-Leader)

WYMT story about Project CARAT activities in Hazard

Terri Ross: Accidental Advocate, VUE Magazine (Project CARAT)

UK Professor and Ph.D. Alum Work to Take Neonatal Device to Market (Business Lexington)

Small Changes are Sometimes More Effective than a Diet Overhaul (by Travis Thomas for the Lexington Herald-Leader)

Make Tummy Time Fun for Infants (by Susan Effgen for the Lexington Herald-Leader)

Clinical and Engineering Expertise are Combined for Better Understanding and Treatment of Back Pain

There Is Help for Aphasia (by Bob Marshall for Lexington Herald-Leader)

UK Physician Assistant Program and Norton Healthcare Announce Preceptor Partnership

Lynn English Named Red Cross Hero of the Year

Noehren Studies Muscle Injuries, Shares Findings with Community

Knee pain should be checked by doctor (by Brian Noehren for Lexington Herald-Leader) 

Health Sciences Student Merges Passion for Opera with Desire to Help Others

UK College of Health Sciences Students to Present at National Meeting

UK Health Sciences Professor Receives Excellence in Teaching Award

College of Education to Host 16th Annual Teachers Who Made a Difference Program (DeShana Collett)

College of Health Sciences Inducts Two Into Hall of Fame

UK PT Student Receives APTA Scholarship 

UK PA Student Invited to Present at National Meeting

The Aging Brain and Fitness: How Are They Related? (Doug Long)

Professor Teaches 5 Classes without Speaking(Anthony Isaacs)

Making the Most of Your Doctor's Appointment by Suzanne Fiscella

Sarah Bennett Holmes Award Nominees Announced (Randa Remer)

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