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Contributing Authors

Heather Reifsnyder; James Ponder; Briana Pastorino; Larry Kidder; Courtney Haas; Susan Onuma; Doug Hackleman; Marcus Chapman

Keywords

Groundbreaking, Vision 2020, NIH grant, Center for Perinatal Biology, front enterances moved

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Inside this issue:

-- Loma Linda University Health family and surrounding communities invited to historic groundbreaking on May 22
-- Press conference highlights $6.29 million NIH grant for hypoxia research at Center for Perinatal Biology
-- Front entrance to adult and children's hospitals moved across from Prospect Avenue; patient and visitors receive free valet
-- Record number of high school students apply for summer research experience
-- Leo's story: celebrating occupational and speech therapists during April and May
-- Hero of Family Medicine for 2016 announced
-- Big Hearts for Little Hearts Desert Guild ends 2015-2016 season with evening of glamour
-- Adventist hospital in Haiti celebrates 35 years of service with the opening of a new state-of-the-art surgical suite
-- School of Medicine alumnus takes on new role in Malawi
-- SIMS program returns to Mexico for the first time since 2010
-- Earth and biological sciences professor organizes animal encounter for community
-- Faculty stage panel presentation at Lilly Conference
-- Patients enjoy crafts, basketball, and action heroes at Spring Community Day
-- 2nd annual Family Fitness Fun 5k and Expo termed 'a rip-roaring success!'
-- President's May 1 work bee will search for history
-- Loma Linda University researchers present four abstracts at San Diego conference
-- School of Dentistry celebrates 40 years of implant dentistry
-- Loma Linda University faculty actively connecting to service learning
-- Public health alumna wows international community, wins awards
-- Loma Linda University nutrition researchers and students present posters at 2016 Experimental Biology Conference
-- Alpha Omega Alpha hosts 59th anniversary banquet at LLUSM
-- For Leon Malmed, prostate cancer is nothing compared to the Holocaust
-- Spring Booknic brings together kids and Loma Linda University students
-- University Church literature ministry offers Christian reading materials at FMO
-- Book event at Loma Linda University Church blends history, theodicym, literature, theater, and music
-- LLU Students receive free Vision 2020 T-shirts
-- Mayor presents proclamation to LLUMC-Murrieta
-- Smartphone app, developed by LLU doctoral student and his professor, enables public to help track endangered sea turtles
-- Max the Singing Bear brings hugs, smiles, and music to patients at Children't Hospital

Disciplines

Other Medicine and Health Sciences

Volume

29

Issue

4

Publication Date

4-2016

Publisher

Loma Linda University Health

City

Loma Linda

File Format

PDF

File Size

5,250 KB

TODAY - April 2016

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