Sullivan earns scholarship to support research to enhance pediatric oncology nursing in resource-limited countries, hospitals
Jordan and Waddell selected from a competitive pool of national experts on pediatric health care, presented an educational session on pediatric sepsis
Two-year, $154,000 grant studying pediatric palliative care needs in the Deep South
Third straight group from School receives three-year RWJF funding commitment, matching scholarships
Growth in students and research brings new senior faculty and new graduate program leaders, keys in fulfilling strategic priorities
Published in Global Leadership
October 01, 2014

Life-saving research

Dr. June Cho dreams of giving preemies a better start. It is well known that testosterone is the primary hormone that increases bone and muscle mass as males grow. But could the very thing that strengthens boys during adolescence also be responsible for weakening them during infancy?
Foundation support will help PhD, DNP and MSN students transform cancer care

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