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SMU) is one of only a few educational institutions in the Bay Area that have installed the advanced technology
The Harvard and Princeton-educated philosopher was invited by SMU’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Students gathered for the second American Medical Student Association’s Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Professionals Conference
A fun (and educational) event!
The event provided an opportunity to connect with more than a dozen hospitals & organizations
The fair showed off devices created in the course "Occupational Adaptations and Introduction to Modalities"
Genomics and the Future of Healthcare: Implications for Practice and Academia attracted more than 100
The first students of nursing and a faculty member from Japan were welcomed on the Oakland campus
Hillary Burkman has both personal and professional experience with underserved populations
“Our intimate relationships are important to our overall health,” says Alman
Technology is changing clinician/patient communication
Bonta, a former Alameda councilman, said he was impressed by SMU’s diverse student body
DeGruy served as the closing speaker at the SMU Black History Month celebration
Ramirez now shares her devotion to the Native American Health Center with her students
Most of the 150 or so patients who attend the clinic each year lack access to healthcare
Dr. Kathleen Calzone from the National Cancer Institute and Dr. Jean Jenkins from the National Genome Research Institute will be presenting
The traveling display will be up until March 28
The visitors were from Yamanashi Prefectural University in Kofu, Japan
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The symposium was dedicated to new teaching technologies in healthcare