Going Head to Head with Concussion Risks
Sep29

Going Head to Head with Concussion Risks

“I hate Friday Night Tykes,” states Michele Monaco, DSc, ATC, associate professor of Human Movement Sciences and clinical coordinator at Immaculata, referring to the popular cable TV reality show that takes  an inside look at the wild world of Texas youth football. “Go get ’em” is what the coaches tell the young players, perpetuating the idea that a concussion is just ‘getting your bell rung.’” It’s a very simple question: how many...

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Student presents at “Undergraduate Research at the Capitol”
May06

Student presents at “Undergraduate Research at the Capitol”

  Immaculata University’s Courtney Gambrell of Newtown Square, PA, presented her poster “Demystifying Charles Chesnutt’s Tales of Conjure” at the Undergraduate Research at the recent Capitol Conference in Harrisburg. Gambrell was one of 36 students representing 17 colleges and universities from across the state who gathered with faculty and Pennsylvania legislators and staff to share their research. The goal of the conference was...

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Kelly Orlando, Ph.D., new assistant biology professor
Dec14

Kelly Orlando, Ph.D., new assistant biology professor

Kelly Orlando, Ph.D., has joined Immaculata University as an assistant professor in the Biology Department. She is currently teaching classes on microbiology, human anatomy and physiology and genetics. A resident of Secane, PA, Dr. Orlando received her doctorate in pharmacology from the University of Pennsylvania, where she went on to become a postdoctoral research fellow. She was most recently a postdoctoral fellow in Villanova...

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