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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

WSU alumni Tom and Linda Nihoul donated to help fund a 5,000-square foot educational and clinical space for residents.

WSU alumni donate $250,000 to PRH

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor June 17, 2021

WSU alumni Tom and Linda Nihoul recently donated $250,000 to Pullman Regional Hospital to help fund the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program. PRH’s fundraising...

The residency program will take over PRH’s administrative offices. About 5,000 square feet will be used to create 14 exam rooms, a waiting area, study area and faculty offices.

Pullman Regional Hospital awarded $450,000 for residency program

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter April 21, 2021

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust recently awarded Pullman Regional Hospital $450,000 for the clinical and education space for the proposed WSU Family Medicine Residency Program. Last year, PRH submitted...

Pullman Regional Hospitals family medicine residency program will be open to all medical school graduates wanting to complete their three-year residency in Pullman.

Hospital received $300,000 for residency program

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor March 15, 2021

Pullman Regional Hospital, in partnership with the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, received a $300,000 grant for renovations to house a proposed family medicine residency program. The Sunderland...

“We’ve been conceiving this idea for nearly four years now, to capture all of these firsts, all of these amazing moments that have occurred since the start of the medical school,” said Christina VerHeul, director of communications, marketing and strategic operations at WSU’s College of Medicine.

WSU’s first class of medical students will graduate this spring

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor January 28, 2021

WSU’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine will graduate its first class of medical students at the end of the spring 2021 semester.  In 2017, the college’s dean welcomed the first class of students,...

WSU state lobbyist Chris Mulick said it would take about $8 million to demolish Johnson Hall.

WSU lobbies for funding of USDA research building on Pullman campus

TIMOTHY FAIRBANKS-CLOUSER, Evergreen news editor January 21, 2021

A WSU alumnus enters the 2021 biennial legislative session lobbying to fund the development of new buildings, including a new agricultural research facility in Pullman. Chris Mulick, WSU state lobbyist...

Walkability is correlated to a person’s likelihood of living to 100 years old, according to a study conducted by WSU researchers.

Environment, neighborhood characteristics affect people’s longevity, researchers say

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter June 30, 2020

Factors such as neighborhood walkability and socioeconomic status are correlated to a person’s likelihood of living to 100 years old, according to a study conducted by WSU researchers.  It is more...

WSU professor Santanu Bose discovered the A9 protein. He said blocking some of the proteins function may stop over-inflammation of the lungs and help patients suffering from pneumonia caused by COVID-19.

Technology to lower inflammation, may help COVID-19 patients

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter May 25, 2020

WSU professor Santanu Bose has discovered a protein that, when some of its function is reduced, may help stop patients who are dying from pneumonia caused by COVID-19. The A9 protein causes inflammation....

Researchers at WSUs CHaSE Lab created an interactive map that shows what areas of Washington are most vulnerable to COVID-19.

Vulnerability index examines factors contributing to COVID-19

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor April 15, 2020

WSU researchers at the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine in Spokane developed a vulnerability index that shows which areas in Washington state are particularly at risk for COVID-19. Pablo Monsivais,...

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