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Stretching beyond comfort zones

As a fourth-year medical student, Mali Schneiter delivered twins — by herself — in a hospital in Uganda. Classmate Nicole Cook counted potentially dengue-carrying mosquitoes in Peru, conscientious of her exposed body parts. Nisha Fahey, D.O.’16, and an undergraduate classmate expanded a research …

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Mali Schneiter, D.O.’15, selected for national global health position

Mali Schneiter, second-year osteopathic medical student, was selected to represent all osteopathic medical students as the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP) National Global Health Representative. COSGP is a council under the governance of the American Association of Colleges …

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Getting to know you

Did Associate Professor Matthew Henry really once hang out with pro skateboarder Tony Hawk? Did Associate Professor Wayne Wilson truly once sport a Mohawk? Students pondered these and many other fascinating facts during DMU’s first-ever “Get to Know the Faculty Night.”

Sensible steps toward a better health care system

Amid uncertainty about changes rendered by the Affordable Care Act, it could shift our nation’s focus from a disease-centered health care system to one with greater emphasis on preventive care – an approach in alignment with osteopathic medicine.

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