Robert Sinclair, a professor in Clemson’s psychology department, has been tapped to serve as the first editor-in-chief of Occupational Health Science, a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing scholarship on behavioral, social and psychological aspects of occupational health. Sinclair and a group of scholars in the Society of Occupational Health Psychology have worked since 2012 to […]
WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina – In 2006, Ashley Rickey graduated from Clemson University with a B.S. in microbiology, a degree path she chose as the foundation for a medical career. Rickey knew from her high school days that she wanted to be a physician, so it was no surprise when she began medical school at […]
CLEMSON, South Carolina – “Follow your dream. Know what you want to do, and pursue it” were the simple words of advice from dentist Ronnie D. Lee for Clemson students at the third annual “Tigers on Call” event on Sept. 22. A Clemson alumnus of 1976, Lee has been practicing dentistry in Aiken, South Carolina, […]
Clemson alum Anthony Poole stays busy. Poole currently serves as director of quality assurance at Fetter Health Care Network in Charleston where, in addition to seeing patients as a physician’s assistant, he also oversees health outreach programs that bring aid to vulnerable populations. Poole has been in the role for almost a year, but it […]
New research at Clemson University could help save billions of dollars on drug development, bring treatments to market more quickly and save the lives of patients who might otherwise be assigned to inferior treatments.
Clemson University pre-med student Shivani Desai made professional connections that will undoubtedly advance her career, some of whom are on the admissions committees of medical schools. But her conversations with Clemson alumni and other professionals at the second annual event “Tigers on Call: Making Connections in Health Care” stretched far beyond career planning, networking and […]
A team of university professors and researchers are creating a smart app for clinicians and staff to give real-time information to patients, their families and hospital staff members during the entire perioperative process.
The University’s growing partnership with a regional health care system is building on promising medical discoveries and care improvements that will make a meaningful impact in the doctor’s office, the operating room and beyond.
Professor Apparao Rao and his Clemson team are creating safer carbon nanomaterials to boost high-tech industries, help the environment and improve health care.
The Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare has awarded the Clemson University School of Nursing a $40,000 grant to fund the scholarships of two nursing Ph.D. students.
David J. Allison, professor of architecture and director of Clemson University’s graduate studies in Architecture + Health, has been elected to the American College of Healthcare Architects Council of Fellows.
Architecture professor Dina Battisto is leading the effort and research from Clemson on projects, including the development of a toolkit intended to assist with designing, building and maintaining world-class facilities for the Military Health System.