Category: Happenings

Ketchum Health entrance

Vision for Ketchum Health crystallizes

The vision of a state-of-the-art health professions clinic where students from various disciplines can practice as teams is well on the way to realization at Marshall B. Ketchum University. The big moment arrived in May, […]

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Innovative technology comes to MBKU

Ever since his vision turned Marshall B. Ketchum University into an interprofessional campus, University President Dr. Kevin Alexander has been focusing on implementing the core value of innovation across both of the university’s programs. Thanks […]

MBKU Board cuts the ribbon at Ketchum Health

ACHIEVING 20|20: Fall 2016

August 6, 2016, was an historic day for Marshall B. Ketchum University as President Alexander and the Board of Trustees formally dedicated MBKU’s newest health care center, Ketchum Health in Anaheim. Faculty members and students […]

Research grant: Droxidopa for neurogenic orthostatic hypotension

The College of Pharmacy’s Jack Chen, PharmD, received phase two of a research grant from Lundbeck, LLU.

Dr. John Nishimoto at Tokyo Optometric College.

International partnerships mark strategic growth for Ketchum University

After an exciting few years of transforming itself into an interprofessional university and expanding to include three academic programs, Marshall B. Ketchum University has set its sights farther afield — across the Pacific Ocean to […]

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Community support emerges for MBKU’s College of Pharmacy

Pharmacies across Orange County and beyond are opening their doors to Marshall B. Ketchum’s newest establishment, the College of Pharmacy. After two years of planning and preparing, MBKU’s first Doctor of Pharmacy students began this […]

PA-C Kimberly Clark poses for pediatric exam

First PA class takes the next step

While on rotations, PA students apply clinical and practical knowledge.

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Introducing Ketchum Health

MBKU is the first health care university in Southern California to bring three primary care disciplines together to learn and work collaboratively to provide effective patient care.

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The future of medical education

As Marshall B. Ketchum University evolves into an interprofessional institution, it is preparing both its curriculum and technology for the future of medical education…

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Ketchum University presents Circle of Vision Awards

The 6th annual luncheon was held at the Summit House Restaurant in Fullerton, California.

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Investigating myopia treatment

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. (JJVCI) is sponsoring a three-year research study to investigate the control of myopia progression through optical interventions.