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Joseph Ortiz, Ahwatukee financial advisor with Edward Jones, invites the community to join him for monthly workshops on timely economic issues or concerns. Ortiz said he will be bringing in certain guest speakers throughout the year to speak about issues relating to engineering, manufacturing, housing and the auto industry.
Chandler Regional Medical Center’s Radiology Department recently received recognition by American College of Radiology for Ultrasound Imaging.
As college students return to campus, they’ll be showered in the usual handouts of coupons, condoms and credit cards. But some schools are also giving students what a growing body of research reveals could make a huge difference in their college careers: ear plugs, sleep shades and napping lessons.
Sumana Veeravelli, a graduate of Desert Vista High School, is studying biomedical engineering in her junior year at the University of Arizona. She has spent the past 12 weeks at the university working under Dr. Ted Trouard in a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) research lab to figure out what kind of changes, aging and hypertension, can cause in the brain.
Each year, medical professionals in Phoenix nominate doctors from specified medical specialties to be submitted for the distinction as a "super doctor."
Ahwatukee Horizon Honors High School graduate and University of Arizona undergraduate Tarik Ozumerzifon participated in a program this summer called the Undergraduate Biology Research Program (UBRP). UBRP is designed to train young researchers through involving them in hands-on research. For the past two months, Tarik has worked in the research laboratory of Dr. Eugene Mash, UA professor of chemistry. His project aims to develop a new and more effective magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agent.
Two local students recently were awarded a prestigious scholarship for their work in the fields of solar energy systems and brain function research.
GateWay Community College offers evening review courses for medical imaging professionals eligible to take either the national Computed Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) registration exams. Most courses begin in late August and September and are offered each semester. A certificate of course completion is available for students completing all the didactic courses. Changes in both Medicare reimbursement the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) testing requirements make registration an important goal for imaging professionals performing these procedures.
Am I Hungry?
Heart-healthy workshop on exercise and conditioning
Registration open for Am I Hungry? workshop series
‘Out Drive Autism' golf tourney benefits student scholarships
Seminar offered on the aging spine
Do you know the biological age of your arteries?
Grills, Guys and Good Health