Seventeen Native American and Alaska Native high school students from multiple states will attend the 24th annual Na-ha-shnee Summer Institute at WSU Health Sciences Spokane, June 16 – 28.
Their efforts will make it easier for nursing, pharmacy and medical students to practice giving vaccinations at health clinics.
WSU researchers and the Puyallup Tribe of Indians will evaluate whether medicinal cannabis reduces opioid use and pain and improves the physical and mental health of clients at the Tribe’s Qwibil Natural Healing and Research Center.
Celestina Barbosa-Leiker shared early results from an ongoing study investigating how opioid use disorder affects men and women differently at WSU Health Sciences’ Inland Northwest Research Symposium on April 23.
A new study led by a team of WSU neuroscientists has brought scientists closer to identifying the causes of disturbed sleep in autism.
A new class developed by WSU faculty teaches health sciences students how to tackle some of the biggest problems in treating patients with opioid use disorder.
You’re almost out of time to take advantage of the one-time open enrollment opportunity for optional long term disability insurance. This opportunity ends March 31, 2019, which is a Sunday, so forms should be submitted by the close of business on Friday, March 29.
Their device, called Appiture, tests for the possibility of autism spectrum disorder quickly and conveniently.
The Distinguished Faculty Address featuring Psychology Professor Maureen Schmitter‑Edgecombe has been moved to Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. The event will take place at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.
Learn more about the ground-breaking work being done at WSU to create “smart” environments to improve health care and automated health assessment.