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The mission of the Ponce Health Sciences University is to provide leading-edge education, research and health services in Medicine,
Biomedical Sciences, Psychology, and Public Health through technology driven adaptive learning environments
that prepare our students to be ethical practitioners and scientists.

Events & Activities

Ponce Researchers are presented with the Merck Innovator Award
Dr. Caroline Appleyard, Dr. Idhaliz Flores, Dr. Annelyn Torres and Dr. Kenira Thompson, along with Siomara Hernandez (student in Ph.D. Program in Biomedical Sciences) and Myrella Cruz, lab technician, were honored the Merck Innovator award in Research in Carolina, Puerto Rico on October 28, 2014. This team was recognized for their project examining the role of stress on the progression of endometriosis. During the same event, the Health Education Award was bestowed to the team led by Dr. Saylisse Davila (UPR-Mayaguez), Dr. Idhaliz Flores (PHSU-PRI), and students from both institutions for developing an endometriosis risk assessment application.

Joint Seminar Series PHSU & UCC

"Impaired function of Mutant Kir4.1 channel restored by co-expression with Kir5.1 subunit"

Presented By:
Miguel P. Méndez González
PHD Student, UCC


Held at PHSU
Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Time: 12:00 pm
Room: 202

PPE Guidelines Introductions
CDC creates Web-based Personal and Protective Equipment (PPE) Training for Health Workers. To access the web-based PPE training click here

The HITECH ACT
The deadline to select and implement Electronic Health Records is fast approaching. Ponce Research Institute, through a grant funded program, can assist you in selection and implementation today! Call 787-840-2573 or email us at: info-rec@psm.edu



News & Notices

CDC releases interim U.S. guidance for monitoring and movement of persons with potential ebola virus exposure update
Click to download Monitoring and Movement pdf


CDC Infographic – How Germs are spread: What’s the difference between infections spread through the air or by droplets? Click to download Infection Spread pdf


Luis Martin-Vega, Zoe Saldana, Zulma Toro-Ramos and Mariela Ure are named the four most Influential Puerto Ricans. Click here to see Hispanic Business full list of 2014 50 influential people!
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First Puerto Rico Cancer Research Meeting
Local and international investigators in the field of cancer research field were united at the 1st Puerto Rico Cancer Research Meeting held at the Verdanza Hotel in Isla Verde, PR on October 3, 2014. Students and faculty from Universidad Central del Caribe (UCC) and Ponce Health Sciences University (PHSU) produced an outstanding scientific gathering to provide a forum on the island for promoting local scientific research, networking and collaborative opportunities in all areas of cancer research.



PHSU Professor Accepted into CRECD Program
Dr. Eida Castro, Assistant Professor (Psychology Program and Psychiatry Department), was accepted into the prestigious Continued Mentoring and Career Development Program (CRECD Phase II) of the Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSc) at UPR-MSC.



The Ebola Epidemic: The Keys to success for the International Response
Dr. Anne Peterson, Vice Dean of Public Health Program, has been invited to testify before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on African Affairs at a hearing entitled "The Ebola Epidemic: The Keys to success for the International Response. " The hearing was held today Wednesday, December 10, 2014, at 11:30 AM. For those of you who to want to watch or listen, it is available here: http://www.foreign.senate.gov/hearings

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