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Logan University Symposium 2023, April 13-16, 2023

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DC Student’s Dedication Reiterates Clinician’s Love for Working at Logan

  Nearly 4,000 miles from his home in Honolulu, HI on the island of O’ahu, Keeyan Parker, trimester 10 DC student, found a new home at Logan University. “Logan is like one big family,” said Parker. “Between sharing notes or giving real-world advice, everyone is always trying to help each other.” Currently in the pediatric rotation at the Montgomery Health Center, Keeyan enjoys being able to work with kids and see the difference chiropractic care makes in their lives. “Working with kids is aways fun,” said Parker. “Especially as a parent, seeing how the little things like posture correction can …

Logan Thanks Our Veterans: Madison Veronee

Madison Veronee, Senior Airman in the United States Air Force and student in Logan’s Bachelor of Science in Human Biology program, has served our country for six years. “I joined the Air Force when I was 18 years old,” Madison said. “I was just starting out in life. I had no idea what I wanted to do or where I wanted to go.” After enlisting, Madison decided she wanted to become an oral surgeon. Thanks to the great education benefits of the Air Force, she was able to start down the path of pursuing this dream. “I earned my associate …

U.S. Air Force Veteran Aspires to Aid Fellow Disabled Veterans

Dominque Roberts, former nuclear weapons technician for the United States Air Force, realized their true calling after attending one of many appointments with the Veterans Affairs (VA) office.  Dominique wanted to create custom, electronically aided, active prosthetics for other disabled veterans. “I aim to create the prosthetics to be suited to people’s specific needs and match their lifestyles,” explained Dominique. “This isn’t necessarily a niche the VA is suited, or designed, to meet.” Dominique plans to achieve this goal by attending Logan University to earn their Bachelor of Science in Human Biology degree. They’ll go on to pursue their master’s …

MSHI Grad Julia Dickey Used Capstone Project to Help Those with Anxiety

Logan Grad Julia Dickey

Julia Dickey, MS (‘22) felt inspired during her Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) capstone project to research ways to help those suffering from anxiety. Because helping others is something Julia has always been passionate about, she became a nurse in 1995. After many years of experience, she decided to take time off to raise her children. Julia is planning to re-enter the workforce now that her youngest son has left for college. The capstone project topic was born out of a passion in technology. “One of my boys is really into technology, so I have gained a lot of technological knowledge …

Veteran Evan McBee Finds New Opportunities at Logan

Evan McBee, a veteran combat medic in the U.S. Army, always wanted to further his career in the medical field. A current undergraduate physician’s assistant student at Logan University, Evan is thankful that he can earn his degree from Logan on his own time. “I really like the asynchronous schedule and the trimester system,” Evan said. “I’m not one to prolong things if I can help it. I can get my degree at Logan in two and a half years, and I like that I can pair my lecture classes with my lab classes.” Once employed as a paramedic, Evan …

Sports Science & Rehab Student Sets Sights on Opening Training Gym

Master of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation student Victoriano Mesa has always been an active person, but it wasn’t until just a few years ago that he started his journey in powerlifting. “Sophomore year of college, I was working out at the rec center and someone asked me if I was on the powerlifting team. I had no idea what that even was,” said Victoriano. “I went to the powerlifting gym for a few weeks and really enjoyed it, so I decided to stick with it and see what I could do.” He didn’t originally plan to lift competitively …