DMU Events News and Updates

The Phoenix Physician

DMU students are great leaders and volunteers on campus, in the community and in professional organizations. In that category are University’s Internal Medicine Interest Group, featured recently in a newsletter of the Iowa chapter of the American College of Physicians. That’s why it was so cool when DMU graduate Robert G. Good, D.O., FACOI, president […]

— Barb Boose

DMU magnified

Join us on campus Wednesday, March 6, for an interactive exploration of our graduate programs! DMU is a medical and health sciences university offering nine graduate degrees. Our doors are open for prospective students and undergraduate pre-health advisors to investigate the school before picking a graduate school. During Discover DMU, you have the opportunity to: […]

— Nicole Branstad

Solving medical mysteries

Be a doctor for a night and solve medical mysteries at Des Moines University’s Mini Medical School. Analyze patients with suspicious symptoms by examining lab results, X-rays, MRIs and other tests and help make the diagnosis. Beginning February 5, DMU will tackle one or two medical mysteries every Tuesday night for five weeks. Classes are […]

— Nicole Branstad

Don’t pass up the chance

Each summer Des Moines University hosts its Health Professions Advanced Summer Scholars (Health P.A.S.S.) program. The program is geared toward rising sophomores and juniors from populations underrepresented in medicine and health care, including under-represented minority, low-income and/or first-generation college students. The program provides participants with perspectives on what it is like to be a student […]

— Katie Pearce

Eyeball these DMU Library exhibits

Of course you can find plenty to read in the DMU Library, from its thousands of medical books and journals, online reference resources, fascinating archives and leisure reading collection. However, the library offers plenty of interesting visual displays, too, including some that may surprise you. “And there’s the humor of it” is a National Library […]

— Barb Boose