HEALTH & LAB SCIENCES / NURSING / PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT

WHAT HAVE
OUR STUDENTS
BEEN UP TO?

NEEDLE
WORK

Our nursing students regularly help the local community with free immunization programs.

TRAUMA
DRAMA

More than 80% of the graduates from our Master of Medical Sciences program are getting accepted into medical school.

THAI-ED
STITCHES

Our biomedical science students have shadowed operating surgeons in Thailand.

THE DOCTORS
ARE IN

Our physician assistant students work in rural medical clinics as they complete their clinical rotation.

Going Viral

Epidemiology students are helping university researchers with DNA sequencing in order to study the spread of viruses in a population.

Children’s Health

Biomed students are working with area pediatric med students to determine how the makeup of a community and other social factors affect children’s health.

Marrow Minded

Our clinical lab students participate at regional medical labs going on trauma and code calls alongside certified medical lab scientists.

Battling Epilepsy

Our students have helped study the effects of adenosine, a naturally occurring neuromodulator, on the epilepsy drug Diazepam.

TOP-RANKED
ROTATIONS

Our nursing students start working in clinical rotations starting their first year in the program.

A few of
our grads.

Dr. Jamie Thompson

Dr. Jamie Thompson

First Year Resident at Sollus NW Family Medicine Residency

B.S., Biology, 2011

Veronica Hernandez

Veronica Hernandez

Medical Technologist

Yakama Indian Health Clinic

B.S., Biology, 2010

Salvador Lopez

Salvador Lopez

Physician Assistant

Pinnacle Pain Center

B..S. Biology,2013
M.S. Physician Assistant, 2016