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Health Sciences Center

The Lipscomb University Health Sciences Center (LUHSC) encompasses the delivery of health sciences education, research and community engagement.


Health sciences education is a major component of Lipscomb’s academic program. Currently, more than 650 students in 14 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs are preparing for health sciences professions. 

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College of Pharmacy

Rooted in the Christian faith, our experienced faculty are committed to developing pharmacists who not only know how to execute in their field but see a deeper level of caring as essential to their work and the communities they serve. We’ll equip you to be a lifelong expert in the safe and effective use of medicines and to be a respected member of health care teams. Let us holistically prepare you to take on that responsibility — academically, professionally and personally.

College of Pharmacy
Two students working together in an anatomy lab

College of Health Sciences

In today’s health care industry, the needs of patients are evolving and changing and the amount of technological advancements impacting health care is increasing. More than ever, we need people in health management and administrative positions who know how to apply knowledge to rapidly changing situations and establish themselves as valuable, innovative leaders in the industry.

College of Health Sciences

Faculty Research

Lipscomb faculty are shaping the future of health care through research that creates knowledge and solves problems. Learn more about the major areas of research happening at Lipscomb and the faculty who are driving these efforts.

Health Sciences Center Faculty and Staff

Research Outcomes

Haley Lewis

Graduate Spotlight: On the path to becoming a scientist

Haley Lewis, senior molecular biology major, came to Lipscomb with a specific path she wanted to follow: research.

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Perfusion students

Perfusion students and faculty test optimal transit time for cardiac drugs

Sometimes it only takes one question to open a door to undiscovered knowledge.

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Zac Cox

Pharmacy professor presents research findings to the world

Zac Cox presents results of heart failure drug trial at European Society of Cardiology, largest cardiology congress in the world.

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Tracy Noerper with groceries on the table

Food pantry research featured in national magazine

Tracy Noerper’s research into the service areas of church food pantries was highlighted by Christianity Today

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asthmsa lungs

Lipscomb partners with Vanderbilt on research to serve asthma patients

Lipscomb pharmacy and Vanderbilt nursing students team up to provide virtual home visits to families of asthma patients.

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Practice Outcomes

Chad Gentry with two pharmacy students

Professor's pioneering work on interprofessional education recognized

ScienceDirect report on Gentry's work with Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance highlights method of delivering real-world interprofessional education.

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Cindy Wingert in the Physician Assistant Studies anatomy lab

Wingert blends anatomy, faith in inspiring next generation of physician assistants

When Cindy Wingert walks into the anatomy and physiology classroom or lab to conduct a lecture, she views the moment as much more than the transfer of knowledge to students on the parts and inner workings of the human body.

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Physician Assistant students in class

Physician assistants play important role in health care

With the need for health care professionals increasing, physician assistants (PAs) are in demand now more than ever.

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PA student administering a covid shot

Pharmacy students help administer 33,000+ Covid vaccines and counting

Student pharmacists have administered vaccines at more than 20 facilities throughout Middle Tennessee.

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