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Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Ryan Clark and Ellee Sidebottom
CHS Contributors

When Jacob Jelmini came to Kentucky, he knew three things about the state: horses, basketball and bourbon. He’d soon find out a lot more.

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Ellee Sidebottom
CHS Contributor

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When 29-year-old Alyaa Zagzoog, from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was looking for a university to attend for graduate school, she had a checklist of things in her mind; the perfect place would meet each item on that list.

The university needed to have a lot of native English speakers. But it needed to be in a quiet and affordable area.

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Rachel Kleis is always looking for ways to stay active. Lucky for her, the Active Women’s Health Initiative is sponsoring a new event — one that will help girls and women do just that. 

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Ellee Sidebottom
CHS Contributor

Ke’La Porter is the only student in the College of Health Sciences to be awarded the Lyman T. Johnson Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2021. She received the award for her outstanding research in the Rehabilitation and Health Sciences PhD Program.

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

Congratulations go out to all of our College of Health Sciences 2021 Award Winners!

Our College is amazing because of our faculty and staff. Thank you for all you do. 

 

Senior Investigator Award

Chris Fry, PhD
Associate Professor in Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition
Center for Muscle Biology

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Austin Robinson
CHS Contributor

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Part of the great experience, I have been told, of attending classes in the College of Health Sciences, revolves around the opportunities our students have — to research, to publish and to gain real-world academic skills.

Nothing could illustrate this better than the list Timothy Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT, FNATA, recently compiled showcasing some of the notable achievements he and his students have made over the past few months.

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program

By Austin Robinson
CHS Contributor

“Music is powerful. Music is the best medicine. Music is my therapy.”

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