Brianna Brim, MOT, OTR/L, CPAM, CLIPP, academic fieldwork coordinator for the Occupational Therapy (OT) program, just got back from a ten day immersion in a Clinical and Translational Research course for PhD students at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center.
In a span of a week, three candidates up for a Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedicine successfully defended their dissertations in late March, and early April. The three received their degrees during the May 24 commencement ceremonies.
Joining assistant professor in the University’s Osborne College of Audiology, Dr. Bre Myers, another Salus faculty member and a Doctor of Behavioral Health student at Arizona State round out the 2017 class of Biomedicine graduates.
Salus University’s Office of Graduate Programs in Biomedicine is proud to offer the University’s first PhD program, and our students come from a variety of backgrounds, highlighted in these student profiles.
Bre Myers AuD ‘07 is the first faculty member from the Osborne College of Audiology to complete the degree, defending her dissertation, “Acoustic Stimulus Effects on Functional Balance Measures,” in November to currently enrolled PhD students as well as faculty and committee members Victor Bray, PhD, Martin Pienkowski, PhD, and external reviewer Devin McCaslin, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic. She will receive her degree at commencement on May 25.