The National Institute of Health has awarded Pharmacy Professor Fawzy Elbarbry $365,966 for a three-year study as part of its “Support for Research Excellence” program. His study, which will involve student researchers, will examine alternate ways to treat hypertension.
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NIH Awards Three-Year Grant to Pharmacy Faculty-Student Researchers to Study Alternative Treatments for Hypertension
The College Board has appointed Pacific University Mathematics Professor Michael Boardman to serve as the Advanced Placement (AP) Chief Faculty Consultant, also known as Chief Reader.
MFA faculty poet Shara McCallum nominated for 2022 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award
Mari Fujimoto OD ’19, who is a professor at Pacific, earned a leadership certificate at the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association's annual meeting in July.
Dr. Chen, third-year physical therapy student Madelyn Foulk '23, and Sara Tomlinson PT '22 and Sydney Neumann PT '22 presented a poster at the 9th World Congress of Biomechanics in Taipei, Taiwan.
Christoph teaches Spanish, dual languages and international studies at Pacific University.
Professor Tzurei Chen and Student Present at 17th International Symposium of 3-D Analysis of Human Movement
Faculty and a student from the School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training presented research at the 17th International Symposium of 3-D Analysis of Human Movement (3D-AHM) in Tokyo, Japan.
Ami Halvorson OD '07 Leads Parade of Distinctions for Pacific Alumni at Professional Association Meeting
Multiple Pacific alumni, professors and students were honored in July by the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association.
Pacific's Amanda Stead Honored by Speech Language Association for Special Contributions in Higher Education
Communications Science and Disorders Professor Amanda Stead will be honored by the American Speech Language Hearing Association for her special contributions in higher education.
Following a grant from the Oregon National Space Grant Consortium, physics alumnus Huy Nguyen '21, along with Physics Professor Todd Duncan built a three-dimensional model showing the optimal orbit for spacecraft to "park" between the earth and moon. The model will be exhibited at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville.