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Respiratory Care Student’s UToledo Journey, Success Featured in New TV Spot

September 30, 2021

Corey Watts is the newest face of UToledo’s TV commercial series. His spot runs this month throughout Ohio as well as on streaming channels and YouTube, presenting a quick peek at his college decision process.

UToledo Doctoral Student Studying How Algal Toxins Affect People with Asthma Earns Prestigious NIH Fellowship

September 27, 2021

Joshua Breidenbach recently received a F31 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award from the National Institutes of Health based in part on his research proposal for studying aerosolized microcystin.

UTMC Infectious Disease Specialist Provides Update on COVID-19

September 27, 2021

Dr. Michael Ellis, chief medical officer at UTMC, outlines how the delta variant — estimated to be twice as contagious as the original virus — has changed the trajectory of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Environmental Sciences Graduate Student Awarded Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship

September 24, 2021

Beginning in early 2022, Kaitlen Lang will move to Washington, D.C., for one year to be involved in key environmental issues in the legislative or executive branches of the U.S. government.

Recreational Therapy Student Drawn to UToledo’s Unique Program, Clinical Opportunities

September 20, 2021

With many colleges not offering his program, UToledo stood out as a hidden gem to Toledo native Nik Miller.

Fully Recovered from Near-Fatal Car Accident, Nursing Graduate Finds Life’s Purpose in Career

September 17, 2021

Having graduated in May with a master’s in nursing, Maelle Boutrand is a registered nurse at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C., who cares for patients dealing with trauma issues much like hers.

Passion for Helping Others Drives Doctorate Student’s Career Goal as Physical Therapist

September 15, 2021

Jessica Bausman chose to become a physical therapist after remembering accounts of a family member struggling with chronic pain and how physical therapy can provide individuals the essential skills to feel better.

Medical Student’s Interest in Sharing Health Communications Through Art Recognized

September 9, 2021

Nealie Ngo and a select group of medical students nationwide received the United States Public Health Service's award for advancing public health and exemplifying its mission to promote health and safety.

Recreational Therapy Provides Crucial Creative Outlet for Student’s Passions

September 7, 2021

The recreational therapy program is more than just a major for Andy Martin, and that’s because it’s connected to a pair of their passions: psychology and art.

Graduate Student Lands Opportunity Promoting Environmental Policy in D.C.

September 2, 2021

Since February, Michaela Margida, a Ph.D. candidate in ecology, has been collaborating to develop agricultural and environmental policy in our nation’s capital as a science policy fellow on New Jersey Senator Cory Booker’s staff. 

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