Ponce Health Sciences University (PHSU) recibió la visita del alcalde del Municipio Autónomo de Ponce, Hon. Luis M. Irizarry Pabón junto a la vicealcaldesa, Marlese Sifre Rodríguez y otros miembros de su equipo de trabajo. En su visita recorrieron el
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Científicos de Ponce Health Sciences University identifican variante del COVID-19 en Puerto Rico
Scientists at Ponce Health Sciences University identify new COVID-19 variant in Puerto Rico
Científicos de INNO Diagnostics y Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) de Ponce Research Institute, centro de investigación científica de Ponce Health Sciences University (PHSU), detectaron una variante del virus SARS-CoV-2 que causa la enfermedad de COVID-19 en pruebas realizadas
Committed to health, education, and science, at Ponce Health Sciences University, we begin the vaccination of our clinical staff, students, and all those established in the Puerto Rico Department of Health phases. Our medical and scientific staff have been faithful
In photo from left to right: Dr. Caroline Appleyard, Dr. Annelyn Torres-Reveron and Dr. Idhaliz Flores. With the support of the PRSTRT Technology Transfer Office, a team of three women scientists and inventors developed a treatment to reduce the