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Twenty Pacific University alumni named to Portland Monthly's peer-nominated list of top doctors and nurses in January 2017, including many graduates of the physician assistant program.
Please join us in congratulating third year DPT student Megan Roos (class of 2017). Megan attended the National Student Conclave in Miami from October 27-29, 2016. She was one of the three candidates for Student Assembly President and was elected by students from across the country to serve in this role.
Bob Nee co-authored a systematic review on predictors of outcome in patients who have patellofemoral pain. 
Bass is among four 2017 recipients, which also include former MFA in Writing faculty member David St. John.
Edwards-Leeper, an international expert on the psychological elements related to transgenderism, provided analysis of Denmark's decision to Scientific American.
The Olympia, Wash. resident and 2015 Fulbright award recipient is one of just 129 scholars to be selected for China's equivalent of a Rhodes Scholarship.
Stephanie Stokamer, director of the Pacific University Center for Civic Engagement has received the Early Career Recognition award from the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE).
A study led by Pacific University's Chris Templeton shows that signals critical for a bird's survival can be compromised by nearby vehicular noise.
Dr. Johnson plans study in Cerebral Palsy with Shriners Hospital for Children.  
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Michael Bridges, PT, DPT '08.

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