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NSU Pharmacy Instructor Surprised by Students on “Steve Harvey”

Tune-in to “Steve Harvey” on Friday, February 19 as Steve welcomes four students from Nova Southeastern University who surprised their professor with a huge “thank you” on the “Steve Harvey” stage! In the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale area, “Steve Harvey” airs on NBC 6 South Florida (WTVJ), weekdays at 3:00 p.m. Check…

H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship Featured on NBC-6

  NBC-6 Miami’s “6 in the Mix” show featured NSU’s H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship and it’s MBA Program. What’s more, NBC-6 is home to an NSU student – Ivelisse Aparicio, who is studying marketing – and she gets a “shout out” by the show’s host! You…

NSU Research on Impact of B12 on Health Featured on Local 10

Richard Deth, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology at Nova Southeastern University’s College of Pharmacy, was featured on WPLG (ABC 10) for his research on the effects of Vitam in B12 on aging, autism and schizophrenia. Click here to view the Local 10 Health Cast.  

Shepard Broad College of Law Professor on WPBT’s “Viewpoint”

Mark Dobson, J.D., professor at NSU’s Shepard Broad College of Law, appeared on WPBT’s “Viewpoint” show yesterday as an expert on criminal justice. Here’s the link to the segment:

NSU Dental Students Discuss Give Kids A Smile Day on NBC 6

WTVJ NBC 6’s “6 in the Mix” program featured Adam Saltz and Kelly Cundy, the student organizers of NSU College of Dental Medicine’s Give Kids A Smile Day to preview the event that serves more than 500 children from throughout South Florida. NSU was selected by the American Dental Association…

NSU Researcher Featured in National Media

For Nova Southeastern University researcher Matthew Johnston, Ph.D., studying invasive marine species is his specialty. From lionfish to giant shrimp to damselfish, Johnston has been involved in some cutting-edge research as to what these non-native species mean to their new habitats. His most recent research involves the damselfish that has…

Nova Singers of NSU Featured in Miami Herald and Boca Mag

The Nova Singers of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) have been selected to be the backup choir for Barry Manilow’s “One Last Time” concert at the BB&T Center on Friday, Feb. 5. Thirty-five of the 150-member Nova Singers will join Mr. Manilow in the finale of the concert when he sings…

NSU Research Featured on Autism Speaks Home Page

An international research team led by Richard Deth, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology at Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) College of Pharmacy, that also includes Dr. Malav Trivedi from NSU’s College of Pharmacy, published a study that was featured on the home page of The article is titled “Study: Vitamin B12…

NSU Physician Helping Veteran With Memory Loss

Nancy Klimas, M.D., director of NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine, was featured in a front-page Miami Herald article titled “‘Why can’t I recall yesterday?’ Amnesia erases daily life for Army veteran.” Click here to read the article.  

NSU Women’s Health Expert Quoted by WebMD on Natural Family Planning

Kenneth E. Johnson, D.O., FACOOG, chair of the Department of OB/GYN and Public Health, Director of the Women’s Health Center, and assistant dean of faculty affairs at NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, was featured in a WebMD article on “Today’s Natural Family Planning.” Click here to read the article.  

WPLG Features NSU Research on Eye Disease

WPLG Local 10 featuring research conducted by Ava K. Bittner, O.D., Ph.D., FAAO, associate professor in NSU’s College of Optometry. The story highlights Dr. Bittner’s study that examined the effects of transcorneal electrical stimulation or acupuncture to treat patients with retinitis pigmentosa, a genetic disease that causes vision loss. Two…

NSU’s Epidemiologist Jim Hall Featured in NBC Nightly News

When it comes to drug abuse research, the media come to NSU to talk with expert epidemiologist Jim Hall. He’s been featured in local, state, national and international media discussing various illicit drugs from heroin to cocaine to the newest scourge to hit our streets – Flakka. He was recently…

Sun-Sentinel: New NSU institute could redefine region as research hub

Nova Southeastern University is now at the forefront of conducting pioneering cell-based biomedical research with the launch of the new NSU Cell Therapy Institute, an international collaboration with prominent medical research scientists from Sweden’s world-renowned Karolinska Institutet (KI). The Sun-Sentinel ran an article highlighting the possible impact this can have…

NSU Program Helps Medical Students Communicate with Spanish-speaking Patients

NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine understands the importance of preparing students to practice with patients who speak Spanish as a second language. The College has incorporated Medical Spanish into its curriculum and is the only school that requires all osteopathic medicine students to pass a simulated exam in Spanish before…

NSU Smoking Cessation Expert Offers Tips to Quit

NSU’s Area Health Education Center AHEC program within the College of Osteopathic Medicine is at the forefront of smoking cessation education. Telemundo’s Live Learn Grow website recently featured tips to help people stop smoking from experts including Jamie Fraser, M.Ed., CTTS, assistant director of tobacco cessation and training at AHEC….

Dr. George Hanbury, President of Nova Southeastern University, Featured in Sun-Sentinel

First of all, I would like to point out that I am neither a registered Republican nor Democrat but registered as “No Party Affiliation” or what many call an independent voter. It is, therefore, in that vein that I wish to be heard. As a concerned university president and grandfather…

NSU Experts Featured on WSVN Discussing MIND Diet

Experts from NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine are examining the effects on the MIND Diet that could help prevent Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Watch the WSVN story below featuring Cecilia Rokusek, Ed.D., M.Sc., RDN, assistant dean of research and innovation and nutrition degree director; Naushira Pandya, M.D., CMD, FACP, professor…

HCBE Professor Featured on Voice of America

Isabel Rimanoczy, Ed.D., scholar in residence, H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship, shared her thoughts on sustainability in this Voice of America interview. Click here.    

Law Professor Comments on Consumer Lost Baggage

Mike Flynn, professor of law, Shepard Broad College of Law, was featured in this Local10 segment on consumer issues relating to lost baggage. Click here to watch the video.

NSU Nutrition Program Director Quoted by Univision

Cecilia Rokusek, Ed.D., M.Sc., RDN, assistant dean of research and innovation and nutrition degree director at NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, was quoted on for two fall-related nutrition articles. Click the articles below to read each of them. English translation should be available using your web browser. Healthy ‘Treats’…

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