A breathtaking experience

by Barb Boose, editor of DMU Magazine Some people enjoy winter, some hate it and others simply tolerate it. But …

Well connected

My family doctor is a DMU alum (D.O. class of 1990) and has been taking quite good care of my …

Say what?

I have a professor this semester whose choice interjection is, “Make sense?” He says this phrase at least 20 times …

Learn about issues, health concerns of transgender individuals

(Des Moines, IA) – You are invited to attend a free event at Des Moines University on Monday, February 16 …

What are you doing for spring break?

I am going to El Salvador for a medical service trip with 13 other DMU students and oodles of supporting …

What I’ve learned about Iowans

Hey ya’ll! I’m a new blogger. My name is Kendall Conder. I’m a 24 yo SWF, born and raised in …

Good stuff to read!

Good golly, Ms. Molly, I’m surrounded by smart people!!! (not to worry, this does not come as a shock to …

Mini Medical School

Mini Medical School is an awesome event at DMU. 5 Tuesday evenings, 5 topics, only $25! Plus it’s geared for …

Accolades for our clinic

I wanted to share this lovely letter recently sent to administrators at the Des Moines University Clinic. The links I …

Discover DMU March 4!

A couple of years ago, we began hosting Discover DMU — a campus-wide open house — and it’s been a …

Research spotlight: Kathy Mercuris

Dr. Kathy Mercuris is an Associate Professor at Des Moines University in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Research Projects …

Research spotlight: Andrew Brittingham

Andrew Brittingham is an associate professor of microbiology and immunology at Des Moines University specializing in parasitology. His research emphasis …