The married life

The one thing I was most worried about before starting at DMU was how my spouse was going to transition to our new life, especially not knowing anyone. This was never even an issue. She soon made friends with other student spouses and even students in my class. She uses her “plus-one” pass all the […]

— Christopher Hogue, D.P.M.’17

Long distance

There was a quote that I saw on Pinterest that I liked a lot. It stated, “You can always redo a course, but you can never redo a life.” Now don’t think I’m saying to go off, have a ton of fun and not worry about medical school. DO NOT DO THAT. What I’m saying […]

— Krysta Schroeder, D.P.M.’17

Married in med school

In case you were wondering, it is possible to be married and in school, but also possible to get married while in school! So how do you manage the married life and medical school? Some of the best advice I received from a married second-year student when I got here was to be home when you’re […]

— Ali D’Angelet, D.P.M.’15

Labor and delivery operating theater

Beth Runcie is one of four DMU osteopathic medical students who in May and June are on a four-week rotation at Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda. The rotation is part of DMU’s partnership with Uganda’s Makerere University College of Health Sciences. Today is day four of working in the operating theater for labor and delivery. […]

— Beth Runcie

New and Old Mulago

Tomorrow is my first day at the hospital – we went for a tour today and it is completely indescribable as almost everything here is. It is divided into Old Mulago and New Mulago. Old is a web of dozens of smaller buildings housing wards including TB care, pediatric oncology, labor and delivery (just to […]

— Beth Runcie