Spring Breakthroughs: So much more to the story

From Des Moines to the Dominican Republic and Biloxi, Mississippi, global health students rekindled their commitment to medicine. Students shared …
From Des Moines to the Dominican Republic and Biloxi, Mississippi, global health students rekindle their commitment to medicine

Spring Breakthroughs

At two new-for-DMU sites for global health service during spring break this year, students and clinicians treated hundreds of patients, …
Jesse Wilson's figure drawing

Art exhibit displays students’ knowledge of human anatomy

Artwork from six first-year DMU students is on display in the DMU Library, showcasing their mastery of human anatomy. Evan …

463 graduates to cross the stage at DMU’s 115th Commencement

Des Moines University will grant degrees to 463 graduates at the University’s 115th Commencement Ceremony, on Saturday, May 23, at …
PCMS-DMU group with Dr. Franklin

DMU students receive Kathie J. Lyman Scholarships

The Polk County Medical Society presented $1,000 Kathie J. Lyman Scholarships to Des Moines University and University of Iowa medical …

Dana Lowry wins national public health award

Dana Lowry, D.O.’17, received the 2015 Excellence in Public Health Award from the U.S. Public Health Service Physician Professional Advisory Committee. …

DMU students team up with YMCA for Healthy Kids Day

Des Moines University students are passionate about promoting healthy, active lifestyles to local youth. For several years, the Iowa Medical Society …

Student gives life-saving gift

In 2011, when first-year DMU student Matthew Sabongi was encouraged by a fellow student to join the National Marrow Donor …

Glanton Scholarship donors set new record

As an all-American defensive tackle on the University of Northern Iowa football team, Ben Boothby caught the eye of more than …

Childhood experiences lead alumna to ENT

There are a lot of things about Jennifer Pesola, D.O.’99, an otolaryngologist physician with Affiliated Community Medical Centers (ACMC) that …

Students offer food for thought

If we are what we eat, it seems wise to know all we can about what’s in our food. Sharing …

Alumnus shares views on small-town surgical practice

When Dominic Formaro Jr., D.O.’05, FACOS, spoke on campus last November, he laughed that the reason students came to the …