USD Med School Receives Multi-Million-Dollar Grant

The South Dakota Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network (SD BRIN) received a $16.9 million grant renewal through the National Institute of Health (NIH). BRIN supports and instigates research and scientific findings in South Dakota. Barbara Goodman, USD physiology professor and BRIN director, said BRIN is very important for biomedical research throughout the state. The grant directly […]

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Pre-Physician’s Assistant Club provides resources, help to students looking to become PAs

USD currently offers the only physician’s assistant (PA) studies program in South Dakota. The Pre-Physicians Assistants’ Club on campus seeks to provide medical students who are planning on becoming physician assistants with resources and assistance on that path. Gracelyn Sales, a member of the PPAC, said the club helps USD students who are either applying […]

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YFL and SFRR spark abortion debate on campus

Yotes For Life (YFL), an anti-abortion student organization at USD, took to campus sidewalks with chalk on Oct. 20 for “National Pro-Life Chalking Day” to spread anti-abortion messages. Students for Reproductive Rights (SFRR), a pro-abortion rights student organization at USD, coincidentally chalked their own beliefs on campus sidewalks later that night. Both organizations provided argumentative […]

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