Grant writing workshop offers concrete insight and strategies

The Des Moines University Office of Research hosted Dr. John Robertson for a second grant writing workshop on June 20, …

Mentored student research program

Since May, many students have been busy in laboratories around campus working with faculty members to learn research techniques and …

Dr. Geletta and DMU students are making an impact in the community

Simon Geletta, Ph.D., associate professor in the M.P.H. program, and Carolyn Beverly, M.D., assistant professor in the M.P.H. Program, were awarded …

Recent DMU Research Successes

Many Des Moines University faculty members and students were recognized for their recent presentations, publications and awards. Faculty names are …

A supportive, rigorous research environment

DMU operates under high ethical standards to earn and sustain the trust and respect of the public, research participants and …

Research Symposium follow-up

The 2012 Des Moines University Research Symposium was held December 6, 2012. It was another successful year with a great …

2012 Des Moines University Research Symposium winners

Thursday, December 7, marked another successful DMU Research Symposium. This year, in a new component, students competed in both the …

DMU researchers: they’re everywhere

Many Des Moines University faculty members and students were recognized for their recent presentations, publications and awards. Faculty names are …

Podiatric students, faculty receive poster awards

Four members of the Class of 2013 of DMU’s College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery (CPMS) earned honors for their …

DMU Research Symposium

The DMU Research Symposium is scheduled for December 6, 2012. The Symposium aims to recognize the research efforts of those …

Areas of Research Emphasis Named

After an analysis of Des Moines University’s strengths, publications, presentations and needs on campus, the Office of Research has named …

DMU researchers awarded grant from Polk County

Simon Geletta, Ph.D., associate professor in the M.P.H. program, and Carolyn Beverly, M.D., assistant professor in the M.P.H. Program, were …