Dr. Stacey Gorski, assistant professor of biological sciences who specializes in immunology and vaccinology, shares five things you should know about the flu shot. Getting vaccinated early is just one recommendation clinicians give. Here are some other facts about this year's flu season worth keeping in mind as the season...
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Philadelphia Business Journal shared the College Scorecard’s list of schools with alumni earning the highest post-graduation salary. USciences ranks first in the region. “The impressive College Scorecard salary data demonstrate outcomes our students expect at University of the Sciences. They receive a rigorous education, quality training, and hands-on learning here,”...
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USciences got a B+ grade in the Niche.com rating, referenced in a story on Radnor Patch. The grade was based on several indicators including academics, diversity, athletics, value, campus and party scene. USciences scored an A+ for value, an A- for diversity, a B+ for academics, and a B for...
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Science Leadership Academy student Tigidankay Saccoh always dreamed of having a career in STEM. Thanks to her internship with USciences working in Dr. Jason Heindl’s lab, she is on track to make her dream a reality, she told the Philadelphia Tribune. Saccoh says her internship at the University of the...
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USciences alum James Shaw PharmD’98 was part of a team whose research on the impact of Opdivo on quality of life in the treatment of head and neck cancer was published in the New England Journal of Medicine this week. The work was presented by Professor Kevin Harrington to a...
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The Philadelphia Family Pride’s Family Matter’s Conference will bring together 150 adults and up to 50 youth for a day of workshops and programming addressing the needs of LGBT-headed families, Philadelphia Gay News reports. This year the event will be held at USciences STC.
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University of the Sciences students Hong Sik Yoon PharmD'17 and Diana Dao PharmD'17 penned a guest blog on Philly.com about common myths when managing a poisoning at home. Both students are in a rotation at the Poison Control Center at the Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania. Read the post here.
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Dr. Stacey Gorski, assistant professor of biological sciences, appeared in an article on The Street about the importance of vaccinations for those 65 and older. Dr. Gorski said vaccinations are vital for individuals in all age groups, but seniors have weaker immune systems than most younger people, and therefore have...
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The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Daily News wrote about the University of the Sciences' event commemorating the rich history of the Alexander Wilson School. The event, on Saturday October 1 will bring together elected officials, community leaders, former students and staff of the school to share their memories and to...
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Forbes featured USciences' Brewing Science Certificate Program and its director Matt Farber in an article examining the recent addition of brewing degree courses throughout the US. The article concludes that brewers and breweries highly value those employees who obtain a degree in brewing science. Read the full article at Forbes.com.
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