Category - Advancing Health

Research stories that contribute to advances in bench or translational research, or bedside practice

APhA 2023
CUSP Rakes in the Accolades
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Literary Therapy Crean College's Adult Learning Lab offers a book club for people with aphasia.
Irvine Chamber Excellence in Healthcare award
School of Pharmacy Honored for Collaborative Residency Program
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Randy Rosales ’12 Mentors the Next Generation of Dental Professionals
Chapman Gives Those Recovering From Stroke a Supportive Community Rinker Campus’ Adult Learning Lab hosts group for people with aphasia, a speech challenge caused by brain damage.
Christine Crispen counsels a student.
She Gives Chapman Students a Leg Up as They Pursue Their Dream Careers in Health Care In her new role with Schmid College, Christine Crispen '02 is helping all science students succeed, with a special focus on those applying to medical and other health schools.
An artistic rendering of a special imaging devise amplifying nano particles.
Chapman University School of Pharmacy Ph.D. Graduate Publishes Research in Nanoscale Novel imaging techniques have application in biomedical research and clinical medicine.
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Crean College Hands-On Learning Helps Heal the Community From stroke patients to Long COVID sufferers, the faculty and students at Crean College provide essential health care to the community while furthering medical research and training
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The Chapman-CHOC Connection Separated by barely a mile, Chapman University and Children’s Health of Orange County share a collaborative culture that brings the two communities even closer together.
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New Research at Chapman School of Pharmacy Could Aid Diagnosis and Treatment of Genetic Disorders
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Through Innovative Teaching, Chapman School of Pharmacy Prepares Future Pharmacists for Patient-Centered Careers
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Michael Phan (Pharm.D. ’18) is Leading the Way to Safer Health Care

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