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Kristy Altongy Magee
Kristy Altongy-Magee, DScPAS, PA-C details her professional experience in telehealth, the future of this discipline, the type of professional who would benefit most from obtaining the Certificate in Telehealth Practice, and what makes the MCPHS certificate unique.
Carol Anthony
Anthony details her professional experience in mammography, the future of this discipline, the type of professional who would benefit most from obtaining the Advanced Certificate in Mammography, and what makes the MCPHS certificate unique.
Mobile phone with Connect to a Telehealth Provider on the screen.
Chan Harjivan, BSP ’95, on how big data and telehealth have arrived in the world of healthcare.
Swati Betharia
Chair Swati Betharia, PhD, has a continual stream of students involved in her research. Her exciting, new publication features the work of undergraduate- and graduate-level co-authors.
Michael Peysakhov
Michael Peysakhov, DPT ’23, was inspired to the career path through certain life experiences. Today, he uses a personal touch in his care.
Amanda Kentner
MCPHS Professor of Psychology Amanda Kentner, PhD, was awarded a grant by the National Institutes of Health for her research in Environmental Enrichment as an intervention of cognitive and social impairments caused by early infection.
Dien Ho
MCPHS Program Director and Professor Dien Ho, PhD, co-authored an international study of medical schools to measure the presence of health humanities in their curricula.
Chan Harjivan
In a career that has taken him extraordinary places, Chan Harjivan, BSP ’95, finds himself helping guide the nation’s COVID-19 response.