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Category: Wellness

Scientific Wellness enhances personalized medicine training

SPOKANE, Wash. – The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is announcing today that its inaugural class will be participating in a cutting-edge Scientific Wellness program provided by Arivale.

The program reflects a partnership with Arivale, which analyzes critical health indicators — including DNA, blood and saliva, and lifestyle — to create a enhanced picture of a person’s wellness condition and potential. Then, it provides tailored coaching to create recommendations to optimize wellness.

The entire first-year class of 60 medical students, as well as select faculty and administrators, will have the unprecedented opportunity to enroll in the program. Arivale will take an integrated, … » More …

Dean speaks at life sciences summit

This is a photo of one of the examples of the "smart watches" used by people around the world to monitor their health and fitness.

The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine wants to be a leader in training doctors to practice in the rapidly changing world of health care technology, especially when it comes to caring for people in rural and urban underserved areas.

Founding Dean John Tomkowiak touched on “the areas we want to play in” during the keynote address at the Life Science Leadership Summit today on the WSU Spokane campus. The summit is … » More …