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Contributing Authors

James Ponder; Larry Kidder; Nancy Yuen; Briana Pastorino; Marcus Chapman; Doug Hackleman; Courtney Haas; Chris Clouzet; Susan Onuma

Keywords

DNA sequencers, genomics, vision 2020, LIVE IT

Description

In this issue:

-- DNA sequencers dedicated at Loma Linda University Center for Genomics allowing researchers to access the future of medicine
-- After nearly 50 years, the Medical Center main entrance will now face Prospect Avenue
-- 'LIVE IT: Online Health Show' 12th episode released
-- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services representative offers insights into Affordable Care Act
-- Helpful Honda People make donation to NICU
-- Loma Linda hosts 2016 Healthy People in Healthy Communities conference
-- Fifth-year dentistry students dedicated during 56th Annual Alumni Student Convention
-- AUCA representatives visit LLU campus amid plans for new medical school
-- LLUSM Annual Postgraduate Convention draws alumni from around the world; 50th anniversary class donates $300,000
-- World Affairs Council takes in-depth look at GIS mapping during 50th anniversary event
-- Match Day is life-changing for School of Medicine class of 2016
-- Event will examine LLU theologian Sigve K. Tonstad's controversial book exploring evils such as the Holocaust
-- Basic sciences professor awarded $1.99 million NIH grant to study periodontal disease
-- Lizette Norton joins LLUH as assistant vice president for talent management services
-- How the guest of honor at 2nd annual Family Fitness Fun 5k and Expo beat the odds
-- Why Susanne Montgomery loves the Grow Together program and South Africa
-- How Donna Gurule sold a cabin without consulting a real estate agent at first
-- The Joint Commission awards advanced certificates to LLUMC's ventricular assist device destination therapy program
-- Loma Linda researchers propose new public health field of environmental nutrition
-- School of Medicine office of diversity hosts 7th annual Black history vespers and dinner
-- Mother receives gift of life from son
-- Rideshare program holds first vanpool formation meetings
-- Spiritual plan 2016-2020: built on foundation of faithfulness
-- World-famous comedian visits Loma Linda University Health to learn about laughter
-- Jack and Sharan Bennett's love affair with Loma Linda and each other
-- LLUMC Trauma Center participates in $4.6 million National Trauma Institute grant
-- Grant for $1.72 million means LLU researcher has brought in 13 NIH grants in 12 years
-- Associate director of research affairs attends malaria summit in Washington, D.C.; named Champions Council member
-- Nia Imani, 10-year-old ambassador for children with congenital heart disease
-- PossAbilities and Drayson Center collaborate to create adaptive workout center

Disciplines

Other Medicine and Health Sciences

Volume

29

Issue

3

Publication Date

3-2016

Publisher

Loma Linda University Health

City

Loma Linda

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TODAY - March 2016

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