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Contributing Authors

Herbert Atienza; Nancy Yuen; James Ponder; Larry Kidder; Heather Reifsnyder

Keywords

National Institutes of Health grant, LLUH research center, Sir Run Run Shaw, LLUH leadership, SPH alumna Opus prize

Description

Inside this issue:

-- National Institutes of Health approves $6.08 million grant to develop new LLUH research center
-- Remembering philanthropist Sir Run Run Shaw, whose gift made possible a hospital named for him in his hometown
-- Loma Linda University Health announces changes in leadership
-- SPH alumna awarded $1 million Opus Prize
-- Pediatric RN residency program reaches milestone
-- School of Nursing professor honored with International Award for Nursing Excellence
-- Allied Health class of 2014 feted at hoodie ceremony
-- Physical therapy professor honored by Brazilian university
-- A new era of health care: serving the community through education and outreach
-- Review of Lawrence D. Longo's book, The Rise of Fetal and Neonatal Physiology: Basic Science to Clinical Care
-- LLU chapter of social work honor society recognized for record of service
-- Tot receives Christmas shopping trip after tragedy
-- Cultural Pluralism Award recognizes School of Allied Health Professions
-- Physical therapist 'lives it' through a balanced approach
-- Parking office moves to new home in the parking structure
-- Cancer patient benefits from proton treatment and remembers LLUH in estate planning
-- New Nichol Hall rotunda to be unveiled with return to original elegance and style

Disciplines

Other Medicine and Health Sciences

Volume

27

Issue

1

Publication Date

1-17-2014

Publisher

Loma Linda University Health

City

Loma Linda

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TODAY - January 17, 2014

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