Patch.com - "The CURIOUS program is such a great experience for our students as it allows them to think critically and systematically about science, thus creating new knowledge," said Dr. Scott Chirhart, professor of biology at Centenary. "It's science in action."
The AHEAD program launched for the first time during the summer 2021 semester with 16 participants from several local high schools, including Caddo Magnet, Captain Shreve, C. E. Byrd, and Southwood. Students participated in full-day sessions of hands-on, interactive activities within each health care program.
Named in honor of Dr. Butler, the first woman chair of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery in the United States, this award recognizes individuals with significant impact and measurable outcomes in the mentorship of women in head and neck surgery. Dr. Nathan has had a great impact on the careers and lives of countless individuals in this specialty.
LSU Health Shreveport welcomed 177 new residents and fellows to campus this week. The group began their training in one of our 44 accredited programs on July 1st. The diverse group of physicians hail from over 27 states and 29 different countries.
KTAL News - The Emergency Water Services Project will allow LSUHS to have access to its own water source. “This is an excellent and needed project for the LSU Health Shreveport campus," State Sentator Greg Tarver said. "The water system will help the campus to continue educating and serving the community, even in times of crisis.”
LSUHS congratulates our residents and fellows who completed their training in their respective programs this month. Our institution currently offers 43 fully accredited residency and fellowship programs with more than 559 residents and fellows in training.
LSUHS School of Medicine and Dillard University have established a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the Guaranteed Interview Program at LSU. The MOU represents the objective of each institution to increase the number of African American and Latinx students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in Louisiana who apply to the LSUHS School of Medicine.
It brings us great sorrow to share a tragedy within our family. Matt Rushing (Physical Therapy, Class of 2018) died last week as a result of a motor vehicle collision.
LSUHS School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP) welcomed 124 new students in 6 different programs offering Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate degrees.
The first quarter of 2021 publication of ON THE INSIDE is available now! See the latest in honors, appointments, publications and presentations by LSUHS faculty and students.