Boyer School Announces Eight Seniors Accepted to Allied Health Programs

by Public Relations | May 05, 2017

May 5, 2017

Saint Vincent College Boyer School announces eight seniors accepted to allied health schools

The Saint Vincent College Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing announced that ten students studying in biology or integrated science – allied health have been accepted and will pursue advanced degrees in allied health professions including physician assistant, pharmacy and physical therapy. Dr. Stephen Jodis, left, dean of the Herbert W. Boyer School, and Dr. Daryle Fish, right, associate professor of chemistry, extended congratulations to, front row, from left, Madeleine Bell of Moon Township, biology major, Chatham University, master of science in physician assistant; Rachel Collins of Pittsburgh (15229), biology major, Chatham University, doctorate in  physical therapy; Shaina Contic of Greensburg, biology major, Chatham University, master of science in physician assistant; and Kendall Haney of Leonardtown, Maryland, pre-pharmacy major, Duquesne University, doctorate in pharmacy; back row, Jacob Brekosky of Eighty-Four, biochemistry major, Duquesne University, doctorate in pharmacy; Jessica Harper of Blairsville, biology major, Chatham University, doctorate in physical therapy; Brett Snyder of Grove City, pre-pharmacy major, Duquesne University, doctorate in pharmacy; and Tyler Dempsey of North Huntingdon, pre-pharmacy major, Duquesne University, doctorate in pharmacy. Not pictured are James Irmer of White Oak, pre-pharmacy major, Duquesne University, doctorate in pharmacy; and Samantha Emert of Rockwood, biology major, Misercordia University, doctorate in physical therapy.

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