Friday recipe: cookie pie

I know what you’re thinking: DMU’s Friday recipe is always healthy, and it’s rarely dessert. I made an exception to …

Get social with DMU

Are you connected to DMU? If you aren’t already, head on over to our Facebook page and ‘Like’ us. Alums, check out thispage. …

La Clinica comes to campus

La Clinica de la Esperanza is coming to the DMU Clinic late this summer. A partnership between DMU and Iowa …

Alumni spotlight: Five years of DMU at West Penn

These students and alumni of DMU's College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, representing the classes of 2009 to 2013, have been residents or students at West Penn Allegheny Health System, one of Pittsburgh's leading medical teaching facilities.

A tale of two tracheas

Reporter and National Public Radio science correspondent Robert Krulwich recently shared a suspenseful and true story about a woman in …

A man with a plan

The late anatomy Professor Frank Kneussl, Ph.D., didn’t limit his significant and positive impact on DMU with his 25 years of teaching and service, his role in helping develop its podiatric medicine and physician assistant programs, or the thousands of students he taught during his career.

Waging peace through military medicine

Most people understand the wartime mission of the U.S. military, but there are many aspects of the nation’s military force that wage peace, save lives, develop friendships and solve health problems in areas of severe need. The results are nothing short of magical.

Alumni lead Iowa’s osteopathic physicians

The 1,000-member Iowa Osteopathic Medical Association continues to benefit from the leadership, service and hard work of several DMU graduates and students.

Alumnus receives prestigious ACOFP honor

Joseph P. McNerney, D.O.’80, FACOFP dist., has devoted his life and career to serving patients, his profession and the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. The Michigan doctor, health system leader and past member of the DMU Board of Trustees was honored for his service this spring.

DMU honors, thanks Alumni of the Year

DMU Reunion festivities June 8-9 included hearty applause for the 2012 Alumni of the Year for their diverse accomplishments, leadership at the University and direct, positive impact on students.

From a student’s perspective: Outing anti-gay biases in health care

“LGBT individuals are individuals,” states Will Narracci, D.O.’14, M.P.H.’14. “They are people with whom we interact on a daily basis, people we already know, like and respect, who happen to be gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.”