Three Roosevelt University faculty members recently published their pharmacology research on C-reactive proteins and COVID-19 in two prestigious journals.
In January, Roosevelt University will integrate alumni relations and career development to create the Office of Alumni and Career Services. The new office will oversee alumni relations, career development and employer relations. The shift will establish more robust opportunities for students, alumni and employers to connect through meaningful programs and events.
Roosevelt University pharmacy students were among the first to administer the COVID-19 vaccine in Chicago as health care workers at Mount Sinai Hospital received their first doses.
With a green light from the Food and Drug Administration, the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are shipping out to hospitals across the country. Who will get the vaccine first, and where can patients get it?
Through the 2020 Digital Innovators program, Director of Nursing Cynthia Gonzalez will be part of a team that will develop creative, tech-driven ways to teach nursing at Roosevelt University. Gonzalez belongs to one of 15 teams chosen for the selective Graduate Nursing Student Academy program.