DMU puts interprofessional spin on pigskin

Since 1998, DMU has produced pumped-up men’s and women’s football teams to take on Drake University law students in the …

Giving thought to giving thanks

Roger Monsour, D.O.’63, and his wife, Barbara Harken Monsour, put a lot of thought into their support of Des Moines …

DMU alumni put passion in action

Navigation: Taking a Toms Shoes tack to save lives Following fate to fill needs in Haiti Moved by faith, informed …

Ripley brings ‘big ideas’ on medical leadership

Former engineer and physicist Bret Ripley left a career in the defense industry to pursue paths much more intensely hands-on …

DMU faculty members named NAOME 2014 fellows

Mary Johnson, Ph.D., associate dean for academic affairs and professor in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, was named a 2014-2019 …

Alumni spotlight: Richard E. Vermillion, D.O.’60

From the Des Moines Register: Rural Iowa doctor's 53-year legacy: Dr. Richard Vermillion has served Ogden for more than 50 years. Take a look inside his clinic and see what keeps the 83-year-old doctor going.

Explore the “awesome” world of osteopathic medicine

We know you have to take many things posted on the Internet with a grain (or a large bag) of …

DMU professor is a D.O. “hero next door”

The DO Magazine, a publication of the American Osteopathic Association, features a series titled “The Hero Next Door” on osteopathic …

Service is at the soul of DMU

As the new dean of DMU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, I have been well indoctrinated in my first month. But one area …

Staying on the farm

Couple makes a commitment to Iowa You would never expect a Minnesota native to be awarded a scholarship recognizing a …

Opening minds, opening doors in the health professions

Registration for Health P.A.S.S. 2014 is now open! Karina Allen de Oliveira expected DMU to be in a cornfield. Brittany Thompson’s …

Finding ways to fight inflammation

Suzanne Bohlson, Ph.D., started doing research as an undergraduate at the University of California-Irvine, investigating how a circulating protein called C1q …