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Student looking at data on computer.

MCPHS University has joined twelve other global universities to offer a pathway to a master’s degree for learners in the MITx MicroMasters Program in statistics and data science program.

NESA faculty (from left to right): Stephen Cina, Maria Broderick, Collins Allen

During the New England School of Acupuncture’s (NESA) recent Annual Appeal, faculty members (pictured from left to right) Stephen Cina, MAOM, LicAc, ATC, MASM CES, Maria Broderick, EdD, MAOM, LicAc, and Collins "CJ" Allen, MAc, LicAc, Dipl CH, were celebrated for excellence in acupuncture education.

NESA student working on patient.

Allison Camire started losing her vision when she was a sophomore in college to a rare, genetic disorder. Though her eye sight is deteriorating, she never lost sight of her vision to become an acupuncturist.

Mary Buchinger Bodwell

Mary Buchinger Bodwell, a Professor of English and Communication Studies at MCPHS University, was recently named Mass Poetry's January Poet in the Spotlight.

Kendra, an OT student, working with a patient.

The MCPHS MSOT program was recently featured in an article published in the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)'s Special Interest Sections (SIS) Quarterly Practice Connections on Education.

Physical Therapists helping patients in a hospital setting.

The official 2019 job rankings from U.S. News and World Report are in.

Drs. Douglas Simmons and Denise Finch

MCPHS faculty members Douglas Simmons, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA and Denise Finch, OTD, are contributing authors to the newly released 13th Edition of Willard and Spackman's “Occupational Therapy."

Holden Thomas, an MCPHS DPT student.

From an early age, Holden Thomas, DPT ’19, always knew that she wanted to help others. Over the course of six combined years as an MCPHS pre-medical and DPT student, Holden has focused on how she personally wants to impact the greater field of healthcare.