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Inspiring Conversations: Why Care? – Crafting a Leadership Grounded in Truth and Empathy

Why care? It may seem inherent to health care, but that’s not always the case. To learn more, join us for Inspiring Conversations with Dr. Adrienne Boissy, Chief Experience...

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Health and Society

The Lord of the Rings, Sickness, and Health with Dr. Kristen Collier

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Dr. Kristin Collier to talk about the nature of kingly healing in Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” and how this relates to...

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Health and Society

On the front lines of the coronavirus fight, health professionals show ‘compassion to its fullest’

The images flood news broadcasts and social media feeds. Doctors, nurses, clinicians and emergency medical technicians working tirelessly to treat patients suffering from the...

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Religion and Philosophy

Coronavirus with Dr. Kristin Collier and Charlie Camosy

Leonard DeLorenzo ’03, ’08 M.A., ’14 PhD, for Church Life Today welcomes a medical doctor and a bioethicist to talk about the developing situation surrounding the...

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Religion and Philosophy

Coronavirus with Dr. Kristin Collier and Charlie Camosy

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes a medical doctor and a bioethicist to talk about the developing situation surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. Dr. Kristin...

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Science and Technology

Childbearing and Mary with Dr. Kristin Collier

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes a practicing physician to discuss the connection between a mother and her unborn child, the role of religion and spirituality in...

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Science and Technology

Researchers discover critical process for how breast cancer spreads in bones

Once breast cancer spreads to bone, options for treatment are limited. Breast cancer cells can lie dormant in the bone, often undetectable and able to escape typical treatments....

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Health and Society

Food and Thought

A look at ideas that are addressing major food-related problems: A potential breakthrough on peanut allergies. Learn more about how Basar Bilgicer, associate professor of...

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Health and Society

Study of the nervous system could have implications for regenerative medicine and cancer

In order for the central nervous system (CNS) to communicate to the rest of the body, the brain and spinal cord house nerves that send and receive signals via neurons or nerve...

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Health and Society

Fighting to Help Others Walk Again

Marissa Koscielski ’17, ’18M.S., was in eighth grade when she fractured her pelvis and lower back in a gymnastics accident. Instead of slowly healing, she developed flu...

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Health and Society

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Adebola Giwa ’09

Dr. Adebola Giwa ’09 works as a pediatric endocrinologist at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center as part of a team that is researching a potential cure for type 1 diabetes. Dr....

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Health and Society

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Jane Lee ’09

Jane Lee ’09 works as an assistant professor at the University of Washington. Lee’s work is focused on educating and aiding underserved immigrant groups who lack access to...

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