ASU College of Health Solutions

Better health outcomes require better solutions β€” and a new kind of health professional. Learn more about how we’re changing the future of health at chs.asu.edu

Founded at Arizona State University in 2012, the College of Health Solutions translates health research and discovery into practice and prepares students to address the challenges facing people to stay healthy, improve their health and manage chronic disease. We offer undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs in biomedical informatics and biomedical diagnostics; kinesiology; sports

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04/16/2024
04/12/2024

Pat Tillman was a role model and inspiration for Army combat veteran and Health Solutions alumnus Rich Mulder. He'll be among a group of Health Solutions-sponsored runners taking part in Pat's Run this Saturday, carrying forward Pat's legacy of helping others. https://ow.ly/CA4R50ReHwY

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04/11/2024

If you're among the 30,000 people gearing up to take part in Pat's Run this Saturday, our Health Solutions experts in sports nutrition, hydration and human performance have some essential tips for you: https://ow.ly/S4mi50ReBY3

Thank you to Stavros Kavouras, Jason Siegler and Floris Wardenaar for the timely advice!

cc: Pat Tillman Foundation Arizona State University Alumni

04/10/2024

Our biomedical informatics students visited Barrow Neurological Institute earlier this semester for a series of tailored informational and onboarding sessions and a tour as part of their clinical environments course with Health Solutions Clinical Associate Professor Anita Murcko.

The students were also included in a special combined BNI surgery and medicine grand rounds featuring the chair of neurology, Dr. Brad Racette, who was formally recognized as the Kemper and Ethel Marley Chair for Neurology at BNI.

Thanks to Dr. Racette, BNI Director of Academic Affairs Osborne Hall and BNI Director of Business Planning and Development Nancy Whitt for an enlightening morning!

Friends, family continue legacy of College of Health Solutions research associate | ASU News 04/09/2024

Health Solutions student Jane Hurley was about to start a promising career when she was tragically killed. Now, the research she worked so hard on has been published, thanks to five years of effort from her family and Health Solutions friends.

Friends, family continue legacy of College of Health Solutions research associate | ASU News Jane Hurley, a PhD research associate at the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University, was tragically killed in 2019 when a vehicle...

04/08/2024

Come see us at Pat's Run this Saturday in Tempe! Alumni Coordinator Manuel Rodriguez will be tabling in Lot 59, located at South Packard Drive and East Rio Salado Parkway, from 6:30 a.m. until around noon. So please stop by, say hi and pick up some exclusive Health Solutions swag for you and your family. πŸ”±πŸ’›

Find us here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/1yy19zCFXeyWtVsK9

Give 'em health, Devils!

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 04/05/2024

Gorgeous weather, great food and the best company! Students enjoyed a delicious meal cooked by our own Chef Kent and got to relax and chat with Health Solutions faculty and staff tonight at our spring Let's Grow Together dinner.

We love celebrating how far we've come together this semester! πŸ’›

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 04/03/2024

We were honored to welcome Elizabeth J. Parks, an international leader in metabolic medicine, as keynote speaker for our Precision Nutrition and Metabolic Medicine Symposium last week.

Attendees packed the J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute space and others joined online to hear the latest research from a distinguished lineup of experts, on topics ranging from epigenetics, nanotechnology applications in precision health, the benefits of aligning meals with circadian rhythm, effects of calorie restriction on aging, and more.

Parks, a professor in the University of Missouri School of Medicine, presented "The State of Metabolic Medicine in Achieving the Goal of Personalized Nutrition," followed by a Q&A moderated by Health Solutions Associate Professor Corrie Whisner.

Thank you to all of our speakers:

β€’ Min-Hyun Kim, assistant professor, College of Health Solutions
β€’ Elvia Lish, director, Ivy Center for Family Wellness, Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Phoenix
β€’ Susan Racette, professor, College of Health Solutions
β€’ Dorothy Sears, professor, College of Health Solutions
β€’ Gabriel Shaibi, professor, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
β€’ Susanne Votruba, research nutritionist, Phoenix Epidemiology and Clinical Research Branch of the NIH's National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
β€’ Shu Wang, professor, College of Health Solutions

We appreciate everyone who joined us!

04/03/2024

Happy Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at College of Health Solutions!

We love celebrating the achievements and culture of our AAPI community every April! This semester, we're excited to present an alumni panel featuring the stories and perspectives of some of our graduates who identify as Asian American or Pacific Islander.

Join us April 18 at Health South or via Zoom: https://ow.ly/Xmj050R77rr

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 03/28/2024

We were proud to support the military community and spread the word about our new Military and Veterans Resilience and Health Collaborative at two events in the Phoenix area this past weekend. More than 500,000 people, including 2,500 K–12 students from local school districts, joined us at Luke Days on Luke Air Force Base!

As part of a large ASU showcase in the event's STEM City, we offered visitors the chance to test their fitness β€” a taste of the impact of our movement sciences degrees that train students to help people restore health or reach peak performance.

We also appreciated the opportunity to see our partners at Merging Vets and Players, who turned out for the inaugural Veteran Recreation Fair hosted by the Office for Veteran and Military Academic Engagement - ASU and Phoenix College.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by!

03/22/2024

Thank you for being a champion of health and wellness! Your generosity on Sun Devil Giving Day will make a difference in the lives of so many. πŸ’›

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 03/21/2024

TODAY is your day to make a difference! Across Sun Devil Nation for Sun Devil Giving Day, we're showing our support for the causes that matter most. πŸ’›πŸ”±

At College of Health Solutions, we're encouraging gifts to:

β€’ College of Health Solutions Investment Fund β€” https://ow.ly/8BSu50QYpzu
β€’ College of Health Solutions General Scholarship Fund β€” https://ow.ly/K6vU50QYpzA
β€’ The Brandon Caserta Memorial Scholarship β€” https://ow.ly/aKM050QYpzB
β€’ Military and Veterans Resilience and Health Collaborative β€” https://ow.ly/YHOb50QYpzC

πŸ’°πŸ’° And to double your dollars, gifts to these causes will be MATCHED:

β€’ Pitchfork Pantry student-run food bank β€” https://ow.ly/hZA550QYpzE
β€’ Metabolic Disease and Nutrition General Fund β€” https://ow.ly/f64N50QYpzy

🫢 Explore all the ways you can impact health and well-being with us: https://ow.ly/UFvx50QYpzv

Thank you for your support!

ASU's Veterans Resilience Program serves military-connected community 03/19/2024

We're aiming at nothing less than improving health across the lifespan for our military-connected and first responder communities β€” starting before they even sign up, all the way through retirement or return to civilian life.

Learn more in this Arizona PBS Q&A with Military and Veteran Resilience and Health Innovation Collaborative Director Rachel Larson.

ASU's Veterans Resilience Program serves military-connected community Find out how ASU's MVRHC aims to bridge the gap between research and support for military-connected individuals and first responders.

03/18/2024

Alumni, help us put together a special event for students in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

If you identify as Asian American and/or Pacific Islander and would like to speak to current Health Solutions students about how your cultural and racial identity shaped your experiences earning your degree and in your professional journey, please email Alumni Coordinator Manuel Rodriguez at [email protected].

You will be joining a panel of fellow alumni to speak with students from 3:30–5 p.m. Thursday, April 18 on ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus.

Thank you!

03/13/2024

The thought of going back to college with a disability was daunting, but Timothy Voehl found the support and flexibility he needed at ASU College of Health Solutions and ASU Online.

He not only earned his degree in healthy lifestyle coaching, he founded the Healthy Lifestyles Organization, a student club that was named Outstanding Undergraduate Student Organization!

Now a double ASU alum, he says, "I really felt like I had accomplished something great and was embarking on future career greatness."

Read more about his journey: https://ow.ly/z3fj50QRLeM

Technology like Instacart program has potential to increase healthy food access, ASU professor says 03/12/2024

What if your doctor and dietitian could team up to prescribe nutritious foods especially chosen for your health that were then delivered right to your door?

ASU College of Health Solutions nutrition Professor Punam Ohri-Vachaspati talked to KJZZ Phoenix about a tech partnership making it happen.

Technology like Instacart program has potential to increase healthy food access, ASU professor says Grocery delivery platform Instacart has partnered with an in-home care provider to allow the company’s health-care providers to prescribe food to patients. The deal with DispatchHealth is part of a program known as Instacart Health, which started in 2022; it aims to provide more access to online o...

03/09/2024

πŸ“šπŸŽ‰ Our summer camp registration is now open! Kids in first, second or third grade will love the fun literacy-enhancing activities at our Summer Program to Enhance Language and Literacy (SPELL), including readers’ theater, hands-on art and science projects and games.

Activities focused on reading comprehension, spelling, writing and more will help your child build literacy skills with confidence!

Space is limited; call (480) 965-2373 to get more info or apply.

03/07/2024

πŸ‘‹ Alumni, did you complete an internship while you were earning your degree? We're looking for people to talk about their internship experience during our Spring Internship Fair for current students on March 29.

You'd be joining a panel of fellow alumni from 1–2 p.m. on our Downtown Phoenix campus to share your perspective with students on the value of an internship and how yours affected your job prospects.

If you'd like to participate, please email Alumni Coordinator Manuel Rodriguez at [email protected].

Thank you!

03/07/2024

πŸ“£ Students, share your research with faculty, health professionals, friends and family during the Health Solutions Student Research Symposium! Submit your proposal by Tuesday, March 12 to be considered.

We look forward to seeing your work! https://ow.ly/H9zU50QNbkB

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 03/06/2024

A powerhouse lineup of speakers at our third annual Preventing and Controlling Cancer Workshop shared moving stories and impactful research highlighting efforts to combat the deadly disease and care for those suffering.

Thank you to our presenters:

β€’ Lorraine Tallman, CEO and founder of Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels
β€’ Morning keynote speaker Priscilla Sanderson, professor of health sciences at NAU College of Health and Human Services
β€’ Sunny Kim, associate professor at ASU Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
β€’ Lilian Fonseca, program operations director at Cancer Support Community Arizona - cscaz.org
β€’ Jessica Austin, assistant professor at Mayo Clinic
β€’ Alexis Koskan, assistant professor at ASU College of Health Solutions and Cancer Prevention and Control Translational Team co-lead, who presented the work of ASU School of Life Sciences Professor Carolyn Compton
β€’ Afternoon keynote speaker David Garcia, associate professor of health promotion sciences at University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and director of Nosotros "Comprometidos a Su Salud"

We appreciate the leadership of Cancer Prevention and Control Translational Team co-leads Koskan and Professor Dorothy Sears in creating this opportunity to learn, network and come together in service to our communities.

Thank you to everyone who joined us!

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 03/05/2024

Did you know ASU's Speech and Hearing Clinic, part of the College of Health Solutions, has been serving the public for more than 60 years? Our experts can help anyone from babies to older adults, and some services, like speech therapy for Parkinson's patients, are even offered at no cost.

Visit the website to find out more or make an appointment: https://asuspeechandhearingclinic.org/

03/01/2024

Happy Women's History Month! One of ASU's first majors β€” nutrition β€” was led by women in health.

At ASU College of Health Solutions, we're proud to expand and continue that legacy, supporting all aspects of women's health and developing the next generation of female health leaders.

02/29/2024

Arizonans will have better access to substance-use prevention programs and job training thanks in part to efforts led by ASU College of Health Solutions Clinical Associate Professor Matt Martin.

Read more about how these programs, funded by multimillion-dollar grants, will help Arizona youth, young adults and underserved communities: https://ow.ly/Fq4j50QIxVP

02/28/2024

πŸŽ“ Registration is now open for College of Health Solutions Convocation! Grads, this is the ceremony where you cross the stage and have your name read β€” you don’t want to miss it! πŸŽ‰

Friends and families don't need to register to attend.

πŸ”— For more info about Health Solutions Convocation, visit https://chs.asu.edu/current-students/graduation

πŸ“² You can also get answers to your questions with ASU’s Tassel AI chatbot. Text Hi to 855-603-0652 or scan the QR code in the comments to get started.

College of Health Solutions scholarship honors speech and hearing professor | ASU News 02/28/2024

The College of Health Solutions trains and nurtures the next generation of health professionals β€” but we don't do it alone. Scholarships, like the James Case Speech and Hearing Scholarship, help our students reach for their goals.

Most scholarship application deadlines are March 1. Read more ⬇️

College of Health Solutions scholarship honors speech and hearing professor | ASU News James Case loved teaching. Specifically, he loved helping develop future practitioners and teachers in the field of speech-language pathology as...

2024 Speech and Hearing Science Spring Colloquium Series: Working Memory Enhances Information Processing in Visual Cortex | ASU Events 02/27/2024

Working memory is pivotal for executive functions and adaptive, goal-oriented behavior. Learn about its neural underpinnings and influence on information processing in the 2024 Speech and Hearing Science Spring Colloquium this Wednesday.

Tune in online at no cost!

2024 Speech and Hearing Science Spring Colloquium Series: Working Memory Enhances Information Processing in Visual Cortex | ASU Events Presenter: Yaser Merrikhi This session will focus on working memory and information processing in the visual cortex. Working memory is pivotal for...

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 02/26/2024

Thank you to everyone who joined us to explore speech, hearing and language last Saturday at ASU Open Door on Tempe campus! πŸ’›

We set a new college record, hosting health-related activities and sharing our passion for well-being at all four of Arizona State University's campuses during Open Door events in January and February.

These popular community outreach events offer insight into our diverse learning opportunities, a taste of college life and a look at the impactful careers possible in health β€” showing why we're part of the most innovative university in the nation! πŸ”±

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 02/23/2024

With seven national titles, the Sun Devil Triathlon team is undeniably at the top of their game! But when you're going for eight straight championships, there's always room to improve β€” and that's where our experts come in!

The ASU College of Health Solutions Integrative Human Performance Lab, directed by Associate Professor Jason Siegler, has been conducting preseason fitness testing with the team for several years.

Health Solutions students, both graduate and undergraduate, put their learning into practice as the student-athletes recently came to the state-of-the-art lab at ASU Health Futures Center to prepare for upcoming races.

Go, Devils! πŸ”±πŸ”±πŸ”±πŸ”±πŸ”±πŸ”±πŸ”±

02/22/2024

Congratulations to Associate Professor Daniel Peterson, winner of an A2 Collective Pilot Award for his exciting project that aims to better understand how and why older adults fall.

In collaboration with Tufts University and biotech company Walk With Path, Peterson is working to develop innovative pressure-sensing shoe insoles to track and predict falls and frailty, with the goal of making falls in older adults less frequent or severe.

Read more: https://ow.ly/sOjE50QGRR9

Photos from ASU College of Health Solutions's post 02/21/2024

We enjoyed a beautiful day at ASU's Polytechnic campus last Saturday for our third Open Door event this year β€” a new college record that will be broken this weekend as we highlight our speech and hearing science programs at Tempe Open Door! β˜€οΈ

We were excited to welcome migrant families and students in ASU's College Assistance Migrant Program β€” the Health Solutions' commitment to inclusion in action.

Thank you to our dedicated staff and faculty who have made these community outreach events an incredible success.

✍️ See more photos and read a recap of Open Door on Polytechnic campus: https://ow.ly/W5XJ50QFYCB

πŸ”± There's only one Open Door left this year! We hope to see everyone for Tempe Open Door this Saturday for more free, family-friendly fun! Alumni, be sure to come say hi!

ℹ️ Free parking, exciting and educational activities and lots of Sun Devil spirit and pride: https://ow.ly/gOb350QFYCE

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Our Story

If you believe it’s time to redefine how we think about health and health care, ASU’s College of Health Solutions offers a new way forward. Our goal is better health outcomes. Our degree programs and research initiatives are designed to make an impact in homes, communities, schools, workplaces and clinical settings.

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