From autism to Alzheimer’s

May 21, 2012 —

Do you want to know more about supporting youth diagnosed with autism? How about new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, malignant melanoma, migraine and more? Want to explore the ethics of medically treating family members, the health effects caused by the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001, or the “slippery slope” of the increased use of medical interventions in labor and delivery?

You can learn about these and many other topics thanks to members of DMU’s physician assistant Class of 2012. Right now they are wrapping up their rotations and preparing to present their master’s projects, which they’ll do next Tuesday through Friday, May 29-June 1.

The range of topics reflect our PA students’ diverse interests and growing areas of expertise. Check them out next week: The presentations, which will be held in Lecture Hall 1 in DMU’s Academic Center, are free and open to the public.

Congratulations to the PA Class of 2012 for a job well done, and more great contributions ahead!


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