The groundbreaking of the Academic and Research Center took place on September 29, 2007.
The Virtual Haptic Back teaches medical students how to improve the sense of touch—a key skill in osteopathic medicine.
Sensors help patients with diabetes monitor blood sugar levels—but they also provide an overwhelming amount of information for doctors to sort through. So doctors are working with computer specialists on a solution: artificial intelligence.
With so much collaboration between the Russ College of Engineering and Technology and the College of Osteopathic Medicine, it seems inevitable that a new degree program would form. Meet Anthony Schwartz, the first student accepted into the graduate program in biomedical engineering.
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