School of Integrated Health Sciences News
The School of Integrated Health Sciences prepares students for entry-level health-related positions and further graduate or professional studies with classroom instruction, laboratory/clinical practice, research, and mentoring.
Current Integrated Health Sciences News
A bad experience with physical therapy as a child didn't stop School of Integrated Health Sciences Alumna of the Year Ashley Reagor from opening her own physical therapy practice.
A collection of news stories highlighting community and perseverance at UNLV.
Program to help fill critical health care shortage in Nevada; living lab in Las Vegas Medical District houses program, with first cohort set to graduate in Spring 2023.
A collection of news stories highlighting research, health, and community at UNLV.
The longtime UNLV researcher on youthful curiosity, the brain, and sports.
Focus on what you’re trying to accomplish rather than what’s going on with your body, says UNLV kinesiology professor Gabriele Wulf.
Integrated Health Sciences In The News
A new program at UNLV is addressing a critical healthcare shortage in the Las Vegas valley.
The occupational therapists in training at UNLV will one day work with people recovering from strokes, injury — and COVID-19.
Picture of UNLV School of Integrated Health Sciences students working on mobility training practices with infant dolls at the Occupational Therapy lab facility at the Shadow Lane campus.
It’s training that’s been in use for generations.
Resverlogix Corp., a world leader in epigenetics, or gene regulation, announces today new data that demonstrates their first-in-class oral small molecule BET inhibitor candidate Apabetalone significantly improves cognition and reduces cognitive decline among high-risk patients with cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus.
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