Carrie L. Kern, D.O.’10, joined the staff at Mayo Clinic Health System in Ellsworth, WI. She will offer prenatal care to patients there and follow them through delivery at the hospital in Red Wing, MN.
No relaxing beach time for these high-achievers: Five DMU students spent their summer conducting research, producing reports and planning programs and events for the World Health Organization and one of its public health agencies, the Pan American Health Organization. Their experiences further ignited their professional passions.
Elizabeth Ceballos and Alyssa Rammer emphasize the key role family and friends have played in their lives. But the force fueling their success is the women themselves. Becoming a mom was not anywhere near Alyssa Rammer’s to-do list. A biology …
Amy Borden takes notes on a Haitian family. Among the many memories DMU students acquired in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, the visual images stick like one’s t-shirt in the island nation’s oven-like temperatures: the once-beautiful capitol building in ruins. People eating and …
In a mountainous village in Guatemala, Natalie Hinchcliffe positioned her stethoscope on a female patient’s chest. Not a sound from the woman’s left lung field. Now what?
Imagine medical school with all the camaraderie and none of the exams or grades: Wouldn’t that get you excited about a health care career?
In her Peace Corps work, education, research and practice, Jenell Stewart has strived to follow an uncle’s advice to “put a heartfelt effort into this life.”
Many students choose a medical career because they want to help people. That’s also why many DMU osteopathic medicine students volunteer every summer through the University’s educational support services office to tutor students in the physician assistant program.
Scientists, including those at DMU, are exploring a better approach to treating non-small cell lung cancer: high doses of radiation specifically targeted at the lung tumors using stereotactic body radiation therapy, administered by a robotic system.