In part two of this podcast, we talk with Dr. Mitchell Scheiman, director of Salus University's Biomedicine program, dean of Research, and professor in the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO). He talks to us about the uniqueness of the Biomedicine program and how it can advance any healthcare career.
Joshua Robinson, OD, FAAO, director of Low Vision Rehabilitation at the Vanderbilt Eye Institute (VEI), put it succinctly when he said, “This is a big deal.” “Even I probably don’t understand right now how big of a deal it could end up being. It’s potentially a game changer,” he said.
Richard Feldstein, OD ‘62, has been playing tennis for more than 75 years. Now he’d like to do what he can to help blind and visually impaired children learn the joys of participating in his beloved sport.
One of the hallmarks of a Salus education is the direct impact students, faculty and staff have on the community-at-large. Close to home and across the globe – from Appalachia to Africa – the programs at Salus pursue humanitarian trips and community outreach initiatives that advance the world of health, wellness and public service.
It’s officially December, which means it’s time for three things according to Sal – snow, holiday shopping and throwbacks. In this special edition of “Sal’s Shorts,” instead of the most-read stories from last month, here’s some of the most popular stories about the University’s academic programs stretching all the way back to 2017.