Health Professions Advising is additional guidance for students interested in pursuing health care careers following graduation.
What is Health Professions Advising?
Through Health Professions Advising, students work with their normal academic advisors and faculty members on the Health Professions Advisory Committee to design a course of study that is suited to their specific career goals, which include:
- chiropractic medicine
- occupational therapy
- physical therapy
- public health
- veterinary science
Advising and planning for these professional programs is provided by faculty members in the Behavioral and Natural Science Division and the Health Sciences Division.
The Advantages of Health Professions Advising
Under guidance from their advisors, students will have access to:
- Career overviews and information about and information about required exams and employment statistics
- Shadowing opportunities for a variety of careers
- Group and individual advisory meetings
- Access to committee recommendations and interviews required by some graduate schools.
Eric Johnson, Ph.D., Department of Chemistry
Dr. Johnson earned his Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati. He was later awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the American Heart Association to work at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University.
Jill Russell, Ph.D., Department of Biology
Dr. Russell received an undergraduate degree from the Mount, and obtained her M.S. and Ph.D. in Cardiac Physiology and Exercise Science/Neuroendocrinology from Miami University.
Tracy Reed-Kessler, Ph.D., Department of Biology
Dr. Reed-Kessler earned her Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati/Children’s Hospital Department of Developmental Biology. Dr. Reed also graduated from the University of Cincinnati Medical School in 1992 with an M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics.
Dr. Marsha Eifert-Mangine, Ed.D., PT, ATC, Department of Physical Therapy
Dr. Eifert-Mangine earned an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Cincinnati where she also completed her M.Ed. in Community Based Health Education. Dr. Eifert-Mangine also received a B.S. in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis.