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School of Health Professions receives more than $400,000 to enhance student success



April 14, 2022

The School of Health Professions received six grants totaling $402,445 from the University of Missouri President’s “Enhancing Student Success at Mizzou” program. This funding will be used mostly to update technology and equipment in our clinical teaching labs.

  • New interdisciplinary Image Analysis Laboratory in Clark Hall
  • New Nuclear Medicine Teaching Laboratory in Lewis Hall
  • Two cutting-edge ultrasound machines for the Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound teaching lab in Lewis Hall
  • New equipment and supplies for the Department of Occupational Therapy
  • Laptops for Tiger OT, PhysZou and the Speech and Hearing clinics so that students can access patient Electronic Health Records
  • Refurbish Clark lobby for students and student organizations

Awards summary

PurposeAmount
Image analysis laboratory$60,000
Nuclear Medicine teaching laboratory$61,020
Ultrasound scanning equipment$93,430
Occupational Therapy equipment$99,995
Laptops for OT, PT and SLHS clinics$38,719
Clark lobby furnishings$50,000
 Total$402,445

Thank you and congratulations to Carla Allen, Jeff Galen, Kathy Moss, Crystal Gateley, Lea Ann Lowery and Rose Hayden for preparing these successful proposals.


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Carla Allen

Carla Allen

Radiography Program Director, Director of Graduate Studies and Teaching Professor

Jeff Galen

Jeff Galen

Nuclear Medicine Program Director and Associate Teaching Professor

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Crystal A. Gateley

Associate Department Chair and Teaching Professor

Lea Ann Lowery

Lea Ann Lowery

Clinical Professor

Kathy Moss

Kathryn Myers Moss

Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences Department Chair and Clinical Professor