Daemen athletic training, physical therapy, nursing, physician assistant, and pre-med students again traveled with doctors from the Hope for Tomorrow Foundation on the organization’s second medical mission to Haiti.
In May, 2011, Daemen students traveled to Haiti with the Williamsville, New York based Foundation, to provide surgical and other treatments to the impoverished city of […]Continue Reading →
Global educational outreach moved another step forward during January 2013 Intersession, when the Daemen Winter Institute served as host
During their stay, the group attended classes and lectures in the Daemen physical therapy program, and became familiar with many of Buffalo’s favorite sights, shopping attractions, and foods.
The students, from the Brazilian Institute of Higher Education […]Continue Reading →
In a press conference June 25 at Daemen College, Daemen officials, New York Assemblyman Ray Walter (R), and New York State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer (R), announced a major change in New York State law that will improve access to healthcare that is high quality, yet less costly. The amendment to the law was initiated by […]Continue Reading →
For Dr. Hratch Karamanoukian, the Hope for Tomorrow Foundation’s recent medical mission to Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) was the trip of a lifetime. Karamanoukian’s grandparents, as toddlers, left NKR with their family. A region located in Europe’s Southern Caucasus between Armenia and Azerbaijan, NKR has endured numerous wars and been disputed between the two countries, […]Continue Reading →
Timothy K. Fisher, DPM ’02 Brings Innovative Podiatry and Wound Care Treatment to the Middle East.Continue Reading →
Research furthers efforts to support early identification of balance problems in children.
Mary Rose Franjoine, PT, DPT, MS, C/NDT, PCS, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at Daemen College (shown above at right), has been awarded $9,800 from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Section on Pediatrics for a collaborative research project aimed at quickly […]Continue Reading →
More than 200,000 people perished in January 2010 in Haiti when the earth shook violently for a few seconds. Mountains of rubble still stand in the capital city of Port-Au-Prince, just as they did over a year and a half ago. The tent cities that shelter hundreds of thousands of the displaced were supposed to […]Continue Reading →
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