Tag Archives: Students

Student’s open brain surgery livestreamed while she was AWAKE

Brave student, 25, livestreamed her own open brain surgery while lying awake on the operating table to guide surgeons around her mind’s language center to remove a blood vessel tangle Jenna Schardt, 25, was diagnosed with a cavernoma after suddenly suffering a seizure while helping stroke patients during her occupational therapy program A cavernoma is… Read More »

Students eat junk. Can science help?

For 10 weeks, five days a week, four hours a day, three years ago, Matheus Mistura, a decorated grad student with a glittering academic career, stood next to a hot table in a cramped cafeteria peeping at students’ plates. On cold days and on hot, on rainy days and clear days and days when he’d… Read More »

Students Experience Rural and Urban Pharmacy Care with Exchange Program – Pharmacy Times

Caring for patients in a rural community is vastly different than in a city, and students at 2 universities had a chance to see the differences firsthand, earlier this year. After months of planning, the Health Equity Leadership Program allowed pharmacy students from Howard University in Washington, D.C. and from the University of Wyoming (UW)… Read More »

Top 5 Most Useful Meals For Students

Every biology specialist knows that certain foods play vital roles in the brain. As a student, you may not have the time to pay special attention to your diet. It is important to note that what you eat can affect how much concentration you have when you study and how much knowledge you retain. These… Read More »