Fourth event in the Dignity Series features international discussion of dignity in health and the law.
News and Events
Speech-Language Pathology faculty and SHU athletic trainers partner to study speech changes in mild traumatic brain injuries
This fall, the School of Health and Medical Sciences will welcome its first class of undergraduate students into the new Bachelor of Science in Interprofessional Health Sciences program.
Seton Hall's Office of Graduate Affairs recently announced additional scholarship opportunities in select programs for incoming students pursuing their master’s degree this fall.
SHMS faculty will debut a new PMH resource during a national webinar on April 21, 2022 titled, "Population Health Innovations Post Covid-19: What's New for our Students?"
The first episode of the Covid Ethics Series’ new season featured one of the leading thinkers in Catholic Bioethics, Professor Jason Eberl of Saint Louis University.
Teams of MHA students won first place and honorable mention at case study challenge.
Prof. Bryan Pilkington was part of inaugural class for faculty development program of the Academy for Professionalism in Health Care.
Seton Hall strength and conditioning coach Angelo Gingerelli and former athletic trainer and current associate professor Richard "RJ" Boergers collaborated on a new book, "Finish Strong."
Joseph Hancock, a junior biology major, published a children's book to help teach about the importance of diversity and the value of embracing and celebrating our differences.
SAMHSA grant allows 'DATA waiver' training to fight the opioid crisis, a health challenge of our time.
On July 30, join us for "Recovery from Opioid Use Disorders," during which industry leaders will discuss current and future treatments used to combat the national opioid overdose crisis.
SHU athletic training alumna selected to train USA Basketball athletes at FIBA U19 World Cup.
SLP students and faculty receive grant to participate in Parkinson’s Disease speech therapy program.
Longstanding clinical partner provides scholarship opportunity to students.
Bioethics professor Bryan Pilkington gathers multidisciplinary groups to talk ethics.
On Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Lydia Dugdale of Columbia University will give a lecture entitled: "On Lonely Deaths: COVID, Community, & the Lost Art of Dying Well."
SHU research team led by Professor Michael La Fountaine receives national recognition from the American Academy of Neurology
Two-time alum, James W. Love Jr., MHA, CPhT, BS '15, MHA '18 leads a team to receive and distribute the first Pfizer COVID Vaccine.
Each year, the School of Health and Medical Sciences (SHMS) publishes Insights Magazine, presenting cutting-edge faculty research, student accomplishments and alumni news.
Healthcare and medicine isn't just memorizing body parts and procedures; the practice can regularly bring to bear competing interests, values and priorities in literal life and death struggles.