Once a minor league baseball player, Jake Shaffer is trading in his cleats for a white coat They say there’s no crying in baseball, but
Roger McCoy, M.D., ’90, scores a sports medicine dream job and a World Series ring with the Arizona Diamondbacks It’s not every day that a
Alison Bales, a retired WNBA player, graduated from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine on Friday, May 26, with her M.D. degree. Her graduation
Alumni chart their own courses in non-traditional medicine Working in familiar settings, such as hospitals or in private practice, doesn’t always cut it for physicians.
Advanced treatments for obesity and type 2 diabetes are edging closer to reality through research underway at Wright State University. The developing treatments depend on
Fainting goats make for funny YouTube videos. But for the humans who share the same disease, myotonia congenita, muscular dysfunction is no laughing matter. The
Though cancer treatments have advanced somewhat in our time, the methods still commonly used on patients are very harsh. These include invasive surgeries and chemotherapy.