Come back for the Des Moines University Alumni Reunion June 17-18, 2011. It will be memorable! You’ll enjoy reconnecting with classmates, meeting faculty and staff, touring the impressive campus and seeing all of the changes to your alma mater and to the Des Moines metropolitan area. Reflect with friends on the twists, turns and trips you’ve taken since your student days, too.
Most people agree the world needs more good doctors in primary care as well as in the various medical specialties. DMU wants them to also know they can make that possible by swinging a club – at the annual College of Osteopathic Medicine Golf Benefit on Thursday, May 26, at Des Moines’ Waveland Golf Course, 12:30 p.m.
Kudos to the following Des Moines University faculty members, students, staff and alumni.
When DMU’s initial pharmaceutical conflict of interest policy earned a grade of “D” in 2009 from the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), the University community got to work.
Two fourth-year DMU students receive $2,500 scholarships from the Podiatry Insurance Company of America (PICA).
The DMU string orchestra, made up of students and employees, performed at the law library of the Iowa Capitol Building as part of former DMU president -and newly elected Iowa governor – Terry Branstad’s inauguration festivities.
Need continuing education credit? DMU can help.
Foot and ankle surgeons, podiatric residents and podiatric students are invited toattend the DMU Foot and Ankle Surgery Symposium May 6-7 to learn new techniques and explore various topics.
Des Moines University’s award-winning medical humanities and arts journal, Abaton, is accepting essays, poetry, art and photography submissions for consideration for its fifth annual edition.