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Michael McCormack
Medical Laboratory Science

The Medical Lab Science program helped Michael McCormack use his problem-solving skills to land a job learning how diseases occur.

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Jessica Saad UMass Lowell Community Health & Sustainability Alum
Jessica Saad
Community Health & Sustainability

Looking back, Jessica Saad doesn’t take for granted how much UMass Lowell —and community health especially— helped prepare her for life outside of college.

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Omoladé Adeniyi
Public Health, Health Sciences Concentration

Omoladé Adeniyi is looking to make a difference in health care for those who are underrepresented.

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Diane Mahoney
Nursing

In her career of nearly 50 years, Diane Mahoney has cared for patients in hospitals and in homes, developed training programs for hospital personnel and families, taught college students and received millions of dollars in grant funding to conduct research.

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Health Sciences News

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    New Interdisciplinary Course Proves the Power of Invention

    A new interdisciplinary course, Adaptive Devices for Better Life, brings together students majoring in art and design, physical therapy and kinesiology, engineering and biology to create devices that assist disabled clients from the community.
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  • Lucas Abreu with Tom Horgan

    Free Physical Therapy Clinic Provides Care to UML Community

    The Department of Physical Therapy and Kinesiology opened a pro bono clinic to provide opportunities for students in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program to gain more clinical experiences on campus.
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  • Kelley-Lawson at chemo with her sister

    This New Year, Kelley Lawson is Grateful for a Fresh Start

    In this new year, Kelley Lawson is grateful for second chances. One year after extensive surgery and chemotherapy for Stage 4 cancer, Lawson shares some of the ways she’s winning this battle, one day at a time.
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