A unique and lasting legacy

If Gregory Kolbinger had a motto, it could be “I’ll serve where I’m needed.” An early leader in DMU’s physician assistant program, he also pioneered the University’s simulation program and taught in all three colleges.  DMU asked Gregory Kolbinger to …

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DMU mourns former dean

As professor, dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine (now DMU) and vice president for academic affairs, Lawrence Jacobson, D.O., helped guide students and the University, including through a presidential transition and a major flood.

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