Publishing Case Reports

By their nature, case reports are very compelling to the enquiring mind—almost like the gossip columns of the medical literature. Like gossip columns, case reports draw fascinating new connections using a litany of supporting data and observations, including photographic evidence. However, case reports have more rigorous reporting requirements, including peer review, and are (arguably?) more… Read More

Student Engagement

One frustration of teaching is when students don’t engage in activities that could improve their learning. The writer Max Leon Forman was credited with the quote “Education seems to be in America the only commodity of which the customer tries to get as little as he can for his money.” Dr. Karin Esposito of the… Read More

Henderson Campus Report – April 2022

Greetings from Roseman University’s Henderson campus. We are just weeks away from celebrating the graduates of the Class of 2022 at Commencement. It is truly an exciting time on the Henderson campus and an even more exciting time in the lives of our future health professionals as they prepare for board exams and new career opportunities. … Read More

South Jordan Campus Report – April 2022

Hello roadrunners, spring is slowly making its way here in Northern Utah, so be sure to get out and enjoy the sun when you can! A lot has happened since the last spectrum report, so let us get to it.  First, I would like to congratulate the DMD (Dental Medicine) class of 2022 on graduating!… Read More

8th Annual Research Symposium Showcases Roseman University Research

On Wednesday, March 30, crowds gathered on the Henderson and South Jordan campuses for the 8th Annual Roseman University Research Symposium where students, residents and faculty presented their research projects. The event, sponsored by Zions Bank, also featured projects by researchers at organizations such as MountainView Hospital, Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Brigham Young… Read More

Summerlin Campus Report – April 2022

What an amazing few weeks it has been for the Summerlin campus as we officially launched GENESIS, an important milestone in the development of the College of Medicine. In the coming weeks, our community outreach workers will begin visiting households in underserved areas of Las Vegas and connecting them with critical medical and social services.… Read More

Roseman University College of Medicine’s GENESIS to Address Health and Social Needs of Vulnerable Las Vegas Households

Roseman University College of Medicine, joined by Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear, officially launched its GENESIS program at an event on the steps of Las Vegas City Hall on March 30 to a crowd of community leaders, partners and supporters.   Funded in part by a $300,000 American Rescue Plan Act grant through the City… Read More

President’s Letter – April 2022

Greetings from Roseman University. In this issue of spectRUm, we are excited to share great news about the development of the College of Medicine. As you will read, GENESIS was officially launched on March 30 on the steps of Las Vegas City Hall. This program is a household-centered approach to aligning healthcare, public health, and… Read More

Dr. Dustin Christensen-Grant Named Utah Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year

On the surface, it appears that Dr. Dustin Christensen-Grant does it all, juggling his two positions in the College of Pharmacy’s admissions office and as an associate professor, while actively participating in community-based projects, advising student clubs and organizations, helping students with the pharmacy school admissions process, and actively sitting on the advisory committee for… Read More