With a career as a clinical nutritionist, you can help patients address their health concerns by formulating nutrition and lifestyle strategies to reach their goals.
There is a growing demand for audiologists, and job opportunities in audiology are expected to grow by 16% from 2020 to 2030. Learn more about the career outlook for audiologists.
Learn how the Master’s degree in Respiratory Care is designed to give respiratory therapists the skills needed for leadership, research, and education roles in the field.
RUSH University’s master’s in clinical research program is tailored to the needs of its students, 90% of whom work full-time. Click here to learn more about this program.
With COVID-19 causing a surge in online education, students have had to adapt quickly. Find answers to common questions about distance learning, and tips for learning online.
Choosing a medical specialty is a major decision for your medical career. Visit our article where we discuss tips on finding the right medical specialty for you.
Changes to cannabis laws have been praised by some. In this article, RUSH University faculty explain the concerns that come with the legalization of weed and its effects on respiratory health.
Looking to pursue a career as a medical doctor? Here we break down what an MD is, requirements for med school, and career options after receiving your MD degree.
When a colleague told Eric McIntosh that as a minority he’d have to advocate for himself during medical appointments, he knew something had to change.
Are you searching for a challenging career direction? Perhaps it’s time to get back in the lab and do some thinking that can change your life and the lives of others.
A rigorous school schedule coupled with non-academic demands can take their toll on medical students’ mental health. Learn some tips for managing this stress.
Older adult students often have more responsibilities outside of school than their younger peers. For these students, learning how to balance life in and out of the classroom is critical.
Biomedical researchers conduct frontline research across the spectrum of bioengineering, brain research and neuroscience, new advances in pharma, and big data approaches to solving critical health challenges.
Allied health tends to involve hands-on work and includes numerous and varied professions that serve a very different purpose compared to that of doctors and nurses. Learn about different allied health careers and why you should consider them.