CPMS Student Achievements

Several CPMS students have been rewarded for their leadership and excellence in podiatric medicine. APMSA Leadership Kyle Duncan, D.P.M. ’14, was named president-elect of the American Podiatric Medical Student Association at the APMSA House of Delegates Meeting on February 4 …

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Terence L. Vanderheiden, D.P.M.’01

Vanderheiden and his wife, Sharon, welcomed twins Joni Susan and PJ (Paul Jim) on July 12, 2011. The twins join big sister, Ella. The family resides in Woodbury, MN. 

Alumni spotlight: Kyle T. Pearson, D.P.M., M.H.A.’11

I attended Luther College in Decorah, IA. My favorite part of my job/residency is acquiring new cutting-edge techniques and knowledge about the medical, podiatric and orthopedic fields on a daily basis. While training at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, residents receive top-quality on- and off-service rotations in which we work side by side with residents and attending […]

Lee C. Rogers, D.P.M.’04

Rogers is the associate director of Valley Presbyterian Hospital’s Amputation Prevention Center in Van Nuys, CA, and will be named one of “America’s Most Influential Podiatrists” in Podiatry Management magazine’s November issue. The Amputation Prevent Center is an integrated limb-preservation center that is …

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Clarence M. Jones, D.P.M.’93

Jones was recently published in Podiatry Management’s orthotics and biomechanics section in September 2011. The article was titled, “Unwringing the helix: it’s not nuclear physics, it’s old biomechanics with a new twist.”

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