Eager to help his future coworkers on the front line, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alum Atlee Baker, MD, wasn’t content waiting on the sidelines until the start of his internal-medicine residency in Louisiana.
He has strolled the resident floor for one year and spent the last few months fighting the persistent COVID-19 virus.
She started her work life as a Wall Street broker managing assets in New York and then moved cross country to test water and write in-depth reports for a conservation district in Washington.
Growing up in West Virginia, colleague Stacey Borasky Ferguson, EdD, MSW, dean of the Chamberlain University Master of Social Work (MSW) program, knew she h
“Social work is needed because the world would be lost without it. Social work goes beyond borders/boundaries to care for all people everywhere and provide services/resources for those in need.
“Social work chose me… I grew up with many different life experiences with different people from different worlds.
As a teenage Israeli soldier stationed in south Lebanon, colleague Oren Shtayermman, PhD, MSW, professor of the Chamberlain University Master of Social Work (MS
Intrigued with zoonotic diseases – the cross-species virus transmission between humans and animals, this doctor of epidemiology is trying to decipher and understand the origin of COVID-19. At the same time, he can’t stop envisioning the best way for U.S.
She’s a bubbly spitfire ready to begin her pathology research in southern Cali but before she steps into that role, she pauses to absorb the public health wakeup call. “This crisis is raising awareness and showing the power and importance of public health,” said Jessica Hudson, MD,