Roseman University College of Medicine Sponsors “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies” on Vegas PBS

Mark your calendar for Monday, March 30 through Wednesday, April 1 for “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,” airing on Vegas PBS with Roseman University’s College of Medicine as the presenting sponsor. Airing at 9 p.m. each night, the Barak Goodman film is presented by famed documentary film maker Ken Burns and is a three-part… Read More

Winners Announced from Roseman University’s First Research Symposium

Roseman University hosted its first Research Symposium on the campuses in Henderson, Nev. and South Jordan, Utah on Monday, December 1. The event included more than 60 research poster and podium presentations between the two campuses, covering a range of scientific research in areas of psychiatric, cancer, immunology, microbiology, and educational research, as well as… Read More

Roseman’s Dr. Yellepeddi develops First-in-class nasal spray that demonstrates promise for migraine pain relief

Researchers are developing a novel prochlorperazine nasal spray formulation as a potential new treatment for migraines. This work is was presented at the 2014 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting and Exposition, the world’s largest pharmaceutical sciences meeting, in San Diego, Nov. 2-6. Migraines are manifested by severe pain and headache that can… Read More

Movimiento Estudiantil Recruiting Students and Faculty For Parade

Movimiento Estudiantil Roseman will be participating in the Fiesta Las Vegas Parade & Festival on Saturday, September 13 from 10 a.m. to Noon in Downtown Las Vegas. The organization would like all students and faculty from pharmacy, nursing, and dental medicine to join the parade. The student organization’s goal is to have as many students/faculty… Read More

Roseman Cancer Researcher Selected Editor of BioMed Research International Book

Roseman Cancer Researcher, Aurelio Lorico, M.D., Ph.D., has been selected as Editor of a new book entitled “Transmission of Information in Neoplasia by Extracellular Vesicles, Cell-Cell Fusion and Membrane Protrusions,” to be published by BioMed Research International, a well-known journal covering several areas of life sciences. Dr. Lorico has recruited Dr. John Pawelek and Dr.… Read More

DISCOVERY DRIVE: Q&A with Dr. Oscar Goodman, Jr.

A native of Las Vegas, Dr. Oscar B. Goodman, Jr. is a physician-scientist. He earned his MD at Jefferson Medical College and his PhD at Thomas Jefferson University, and as an oncologist focusing on prostate and genitourinary cancers, practices at Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada. Dr. Goodman holds an adjunct research faculty appointment at Roseman… Read More

Student Nurses Association Raising Money for Ovarian Cancer Research

The Student Nurses Association of Roseman’s College of Nursing at the Henderson campus are selling t-shirts to raise awareness of Ovarian Cancer and generate funds to benefit research at Roseman’s Cancer Research Center. All proceeds will be donated directly to Roseman’s Cancer Research Center specifically for Ovarian Cancer. This assures that 100% of the money… Read More

Roseman Pharmacy Faculty Research Gets Attention

For someone with depression in the midst of a crisis, there is no time to waste. Yet time is exactly what currently-available antidepressants require to take effect—often on the order of weeks. A new study, featured in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Los Angeles Times, Newsweek and The Independent (UK), suggests a fast-acting antidepressant may be… Read More

Orthodontic Residency Program Featured in PCSO Bulletin

The Advanced Education in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (AEODO)/ MBA Residency Program was featured in the spring edition of the Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists (PCSO) Bulletin. The article, Advanced Research Avenues at the Roseman University of Health Sciences Orthodontic Program, was written by Roseman’s Dr. Prashanti Bollu, Director of Dental Research, College of Dental… Read More

Brain Awareness Week: Brain Cancer Research at Roseman University

Despite recent technical improvements in surgical excision techniques and adjuvant radio and/or chemotherapy, the clinical outcome of most patients with primary and metastatic brain cancers remains very poor. Among primary malignant brain tumors, the most common are high-grade gliomas. In particular, glioblastomas (grade IV) are the most malignant of all. Treatment resistance of glioblastoma results… Read More