Responding to a changing healthcare industry demanding data expertise, JU’s colleges of Health Sciences and Business have collaborated to create the first health informatics master’s degree in the region, to prepare graduates for the workforce with the most relevant skills …Read More »
Tag Archives: Dr. Christine Sapienza
Only weeks old, the College of Health Sciences’ new simulation center earns a coveted regional designation
It’s a new sought-after regional designation, and only the Simulation Training and Applied Research (STAR) Center in the College of Health Sciences has it for our area.
It is one of only four statewide hubs to be named a Regional …Read More »
Sapienza, DiFino of JU’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders invited as speech panelists
Dr. Christine Sapienza, JU College of Health Sciences Associate Dean, and Dr. Sharon M. DiFino, Assistant Professor of Speech and Language Pathology, have been invited to speak on two separate upcoming conference panels.
DiFino has been accepted to speak …Read More »
Dr. Christine Sapienza, College of Health Sciences Associate Dean, recently attended the American Speech Language and Hearing Association conference in Chicago. She presented to more than 150 participants on the intervention technique called respiratory muscle strength training as an invited …Read More »
JU College of Health Sciences Associate Dean Dr. Christine Sapienza will be a guest speaker at the Brooks Rehabilitation Fifth Annual Research Day Oct. 23.
Sapienza, who specializes in speech-language pathology, will discuss “Twenty Years and Counting: Voice and Airway
JU College of Health Sciences Drs. Sapienza, DiFino lend support to Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center
Jacksonville University Profs. Christine Sapienza (right in photo) and Sharon DiFino, JU speech pathology faculty in the College of Health Sciences, attended FinFest on the River 2013 on Sept. 28 with guests of JU President Tim Cost, to support the …Read More »
JU’s Dr. Christine Sapienza brings $190,000 NIH grant to JU College of Health Sciences, Brooks Rehabilitation
JU’s College of Health Sciences has received a nearly $190,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders to assist with finishing a four-year study evaluating just how crucial a role coughing plays in …Read More »