As the United States begins to mark the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, DMU notes one of its connections to the epic conflict.
The profound blessing of modern medicine’s ability to prolong life can be a curse when a seriously ill person’s quality of life and wishes regarding end of life are on the line. How can providers help beyond giving physical care?
With May’s commencement ceremonies, DMU’s alumni community welcomed nearly 500 new members who were charged by University President Angela Walker Franklin to “relentlessly pursue knowledge, seek wisdom, give service and demand excellence.”
The long-time professor of biochemistry – now emerita – and associate dean for academic affairs in the College of Osteopathic Medicine loves to improve processes, to teach the often-esoteric aspects of biochemistry and to dig in the dirt. Diane Churchill Hills has helped cultivate DMU’s high quality like the blooms in her garden.
A DMU student and his team’s video game-inspired soapbox triumphed this spring in the wackiest event on wheels.
One of DMU’s hallmarks is its exceptional faculty. In June, they honored four of their own: Laura Delaney, Tim Steele, Wayne Wilson and Vassilios Vardaxis.
If DMU were a buffet, Roberto Fernandez, D.O.’13, has helped himself to a very full plate. He’s now piled on a little more with an appointment on the executive board of the official “voice” of osteopathic medical students.
When it comes to supporting America’s troops, DMU puts its money where its mouth is and stands by our soldiers.