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Logan Bachelor of Science Graduate Lands Her Top Choice of Medical School

Emily Hoffman knew from an early age she wanted to be a doctor. “When I was 4 years old, I lost my dad due to a ruptured aneurysm. At that young age, I decided I would be a ‘brain surgeon’ and fix all the dads so this wouldn’t happen to anyone else,” she said. After months of searching for an undergraduate degree in biology that was not overly broad, she found Logan’s Bachelor of Science in Human Biology program. The class offerings were a perfect fit, offered online for maximum flexibility, and was specific to human biology. “While the program …

Logan Alumni Competing with USA Bobsled Team

When Logan Radik, MS-SC (’23) was growing up in Nebraska, bobsledding was not a sport he thought he would be involved in one day. “I grew up wrestling, so bobsledding was not on the horizon until much later,” he said. Logan came to Maryville University in St. Louis to wrestle and earn his bachelor’s degree in psychology. His senior year was during the pandemic, which caused wrestling to slow down. That is when he saw an ad for a bobsled combine and decided to look into it. “Many bobsled athletes are retired college athletes, and I felt like I could …

Celebrating Women in Health Care: Beatrice B. Hagen, DC

Logan University is embarking on a new Women in Health Care series where we will share stories of women who have or are shaping the future of health care. Join us as we highlight the achievements of extraordinary women, the challenges they have overcome, and how they have inspired others. The series begins with Beatrice B. Hagen, DC (’40), a pioneer in the field of chiropractic. An accomplished professional as well as an independent and successful woman, Dr. Hagen is known for breaking two major chiropractic gender barriers. She was the first female president of an accredited chiropractic college and …

Logan Graduate Serving Mission in Dominican Republic to Bring Chiropractic Care to the Island

Isaac Carlson, DC (’23), was working on his undergraduate degree in sports management from Ecclesia College in Arkansas when he met his future wife, Jessie. Together, they knew they wanted to go into healthcare professions and to help others. Her father, John C. Smith Jr., DC (’97), a practicing chiropractor in Ellisville, Missouri suggested he apply to Logan and begin his career as a chiropractor. Shortly after graduation in May 2020, Dr. Carlson began his time at Logan in June of that year. “It was a quick transition, but I was committed to getting my degree and starting the next …

What’s New and Different with L4

Logan University’s new continuing education platform, L4 – Logan Life-Long Learning, provides cutting-edge, convenient, affordable and expert-led continuing education courses in a variety of topics and formats. “The wonderful thing about L4 is it gives learners across the world access to continuing education classes when and where it is most convenient for them,” said Amber Henry, MEd, EdS, EdD, Logan’s director of continuing education. “Before L4, Logan’s continuing education opportunities were only offered in-person. Now, alumni, friends and other practicing health care professionals can earn continuing education credit from Logan from the comfort of their home.” L4 offers four different …

DC Graduate Selected for Prestigious Dartmouth Fellowship

Originally from Montana, Logan Benjamin, DC (‘22), CSCS, attended Montana State University where he received a bachelor’s degree in health and human performance. There, he met a mentor who suggested he shadow a few chiropractors to learn more about the profession. He did and realized chiropractic was the career for him. After touring Logan University, Dr. Benjamin was impressed with the beautiful campus, efficient admissions process and evidence-informed curriculum. In 2019 he began working on his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Logan and got involved with various student clubs including the Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance evidence-informed club. In trimester 8, …