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Prolific UTA Professor explores the effects of exercise across heart failure continuum

In the last year, Mark Haykowsky, a professor and the College's Moritz Chair in Geriatrics, has published more than a dozen articles around the theme of the effects of exercise across heart failure continuum.

Catch up with the College

The Spring 2017 UTA Health Bulletin is available!

National Nurses Week 2018

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation celebrates Nurses during this year's National Nurses Week.

First PhD Kinesiology Graduate

The Department of Kinesiology is set to graduate its first Ph.D. in Kinesiology candidate, Jordan Patik.

UTA professor shows the future of regenerative bone materials

Venu Varanasi, an assistant professor of nursing, recently led a team of researchers in the demonstration of a new method that paves the way for live 3D printing of regenerative bone materials inside the human cranium.

U.S. News rankings

The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation nursing program continued its rapid rise in the latest U.S. News & World Report 2018 graduate school rankings.

UTA professor receives top honor from engineering association

Rhonda Prisby, an associate professor of kinesiology at UTA’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation, has received a “Hidden Figures of Dallas: Top STEM Influencers” award from the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.

Efret Ghirmazion presents at McNair Program

On August 23, 2017, Efret Ghirmazion, along with 17 fellow McNair scholarship recipients, participated in the 2017 UTA McNair Scholars Program Summer Research Presentations.

Bone Vascular Lab Seeking Graduate Student

The Bone Vascular and Microcirculation Laboratory in the Kinesiology Department at the University of Texas at Arlington is seeking a graduate student, preferably a Ph.D. student, to join the lab for Fall 2017. Students in the laboratory learn integrative vascular and skeletal biology and work with animal models. Prior basic science lab experience is preferred but not required.

Researchers Present at ACSM

Faculty and student researchers presented at the ACSM's 64th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.