Health science professionals help people live healthier, safer and more productive lives. The UMass Lowell Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences prepares you for a rewarding career through hands-on learning, real-world research and close collaboration with faculty.
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After working with Alzheimer’s patients while in high school, Bryanna Ippolito is pursuing her bachelor's in nutritional sciences and developed a program for students who someday may be working with Alzheimer’s patients to understand what it’s like to live with the disease.
Carly Tiches's desire to help and care for others began when she started coaching children in gymnastics. She realized that she enjoyed giving first aid and caring for injuries. Now she is turning that passion into a career.
Just as the University experienced its own transformation, so did Michael Boyer who started as an exercise physiology major, changing to community health after taking epidemiology and community health courses.
For Jacob Gomes '13, playing rugby in his sophomore year was the turning point that changed his life.