Students can explore career opportunities at Path to Health Professions Day

High school and college students can learn more about careers as doctors, nurses and veterinarians during Path to Health Professions Day on Feb. 19. Continue reading

Researchers to study role of genes in new treatments for deadly pediatric brain tumor

The researchers are trying to understand how tumors caused by an incurable brain cancer in children resist all current treatments through changes in gene expression. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine hosts opioid use disorder waiver training for health care providers

Boonshoft School of Medicine will host a live training session for physicians, residents, nurse practitioners and physician assistants to obtain the waiver to prescribe buprenorphine to treat opioid use disorder. Continue reading

Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine names Brenda Roman associate dean for medical education

Brenda Roman, who had served as assistant dean for medical education and educational research, was instrumental in the development of the WrightCurriculum. Continue reading

2008 Boonshoft School of Medicine graduate Kyle Horton running for Congress

Kyle Horton is competing in the Democratic primary in North Carolina’s Congressional 7th District. Continue reading

Boonshoft Scholars scholarship recipient committed to serving others

Julia Hitchcock, who graduated with a degree in biology from Wright State in 2017, is the recipient of the four-year Boonshoft Scholars scholarship. Continue reading

Wright State physicians and faculty named 2017-2018 Best Doctors in America

Five of the 43 physicians are Boonshoft School of Medicine alumni, and nine are alumni of the medical school’s residency programs. Continue reading

Clinical assistant professor committed to fighting blindness in developing nations

Boonshoft School of Medicine’s Zaiba Malik has traveled to India, Fiji and Ecuador on medical mission trips, performing cataract surgeries and teaching local eye care providers. Continue reading

Medical students lead research into opioid disposal bags

Students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine and Cedarville University School of Pharmacy are studying the use of opioid disposal bags. Continue reading

Medical students present research at primary care international conference

Boonshoft School of Medicine students participated in the North American Primary Care Research Group 45th annual meeting in Montreal. Continue reading