Researchers at the University’s Health Sciences campus in Spokane are delving into many different aspects of human health but in particular many are focused currently on genetics, cancer, kidney disease, diabetes, addictions, neuropharmacology, exercise physiology, mental health, sleep, neuroscience, behavioral health and molecular biosciences.
TEAM Conference focuses on Trauma-Informed Care
For the second year in a row, our campus hosted the TEAM Conference for first responders and mental health professionals.
The conference – put on through a collaboration among WSU Spokane, the Spokane Police and Fire departments, and Frontier Behavior Health – explored Trauma-Informed Care, and focused on response, resiliency and recovery.
The goal was for those from all of the professions present to understand how to deal with … » More …Read Story
Health Sciences Update episodes focus on medical school, pharmacy college and nursing research
The latest batch of Health Sciences Update episodes are now available and can soon be seen on Comcast channel 17 in Spokane at 8:00 a.m., noon and 8:00 p.m.Read Story
WSU Spokane researchers look at autism, sleep schedules, pharmacist care and more
(This story appears in the latest edition of the WSU Spokane Magazine)
By Judith Van Dongen
Here is a roundup of the latest research news at WSU Spokane.
Symposium highlights research leading to change
Hundreds of students, faculty and visitors filled a multi-purpose room on the WSU Spokane campus for the annual Inland Northwest Research Symposium last week. Health sciences students at WSU Spokane and EWU Spokane, as well as students from North Central High School’s Institute of Science and Technology, showcased their work.Read Story