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    Research conducted by Dr. Jim Mansoor and colleagues from UC Davis has contributed to a new drug treatment for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a deadly lung disease for which previously there has been no treatment outside of a lung transplant more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/May-August-2014/Physical-Therapy-professor’s-research-leads-to-new-treatment-of-deadly-lung-disease.html

    The Doctor of Physical Therapy White Coat Ceremony is in its fifth year of inducting student physical therapists into the profession.  more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/November-2014/Physical-Therapy-White-Coat-Ceremony-Honors-Class-of-2016.html

    Research studies are valuable not only for advancing the field of physical therapy, but also for giving students the opportunity to work side-by-side with experienced professionals. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2016/February-2016/Research-Study-Gives-DPT-Students-Valuable-Hands-On-Experience.html

    Rho Pi Phi professional pharmaceutical fraternity journeyed to Santa Cruz, Honduras for an annual Global Brigades mission trip. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/November-2014/Rho-Pi-Phi-Brothers-Make-an-Impact-in-Honduras.html
    School Announced New Doctor of Audiology Program

    Pacific’s Au.D. program will be the first in Northern California. It will be one of four accelerated programs in the country, and the only one in California.  more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/February-2014/School-Announced-New-Doctor-of-Audiology-Program.html

    Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students of the Thomas J. Longs School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences suited up on October 30, 2013 to take advantage of one of Pacific's greatest assets: its network of professionals.  more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/February-2014/School-Hosts-Inaugural-Physical-Therapy-Employer-Showcase.html

    The high fidelity patient simulation uses mannequins that are integrated with computer software to mimic real patient responses such as resting and responsive vital signs, sweating, bleeding, vomiting, and reactions to medication. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/September-2015/School-Lauches-High-Fidelity-Simulation-Pilot-Program.html