By Pamela Martineau On Nov. 11, 2017, 32 students in the PA Class of 2017 will graduate from Marshall B. Ketchum University with their master of medical science degree and PA certificate. These students represent […]
By Pamela Martineau “Grit: Firmness of mind or spirit; unyielding courage in the face of hardship or danger.” That’s the Merriam-Webster dictionary definition of “grit,” that elusive trait that researchers are finding trumps intelligence, physical […]
By Amy Mehdizadeh As a graduate from the Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University, Dr. Paul Barney joined the Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute (PCLI) and moved to Anchorage, Alaska, in […]
By Mary Castillo If you ask Ciera Ramos, 24, what it is like to travel the world with 20/200 vision, she’ll ask you what it’s like to travel with 20/20 vision. Born with optic nerve […]
Some of the foundational science courses, like pharmacology, pharmaceutics and biochemistry, can be challenging for students. Helping them to connect what they’re learning to its practical application in patient care is what Dr. Rajesh Vadlapatla does best.
John Larcabal didn’t necessarily have optometry in mind as a profession when career day rolled around at his high school in Lemoore, near Fresno in the Central Valley of California. Seeing his own optometrist listed, […]