Matthew Wilson, D.P.M.’16

Matthew Wilson, D.P.M.’16, was among the authors of the review article “Incidence of nonunion of the hallux interphalangeal joint arthrodesis: …

Matthew Sorensen, D.P.M.’05, FACFAS

Matthew Sorensen, D.P.M.’05, FACFAS, was among the authors of “Immediate weightbearing after first metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis with screw and locking …

Kyle Abben, D.P.M.’11, AACFAS

Kyle Abben, D.P.M.’11, AACFAS, was lead author of “Immediate weightbearing after first metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis with screw and locking plate …

P. Andrew Crisologo, D.P.M.’14

P. Andrew Crisologo, D.P.M.’14, was lead author of the review article “Gabapentin as an adjunct to standard postoperative pain management …

Eric So, D.P.M.’15

Eric So, D.P.M.’15, was lead author of the review article “Incidence of nonunion of the hallux interphalangeal joint arthrodesis: a …

Duane “Dewey” Hanzel, D.P.M.’91

Duane “Dewey” Hanzel, D.P.M.’91, was featured in the Quincy (IL) Herald-Whig on June 24. The article described his former hobbies, …

Annette Bartel, D.P.M.’13

Annette Bartel, D.P.M.’13, in June began providing outreach through a partnership between Essentia Health and Tri-County Health Care. She offers …

Jeffrey Olson, D.P.M.’14

Jeffrey Olson, D.P.M.’14, was featured on the website of Skiff Medical Center as one of its physicians at its Newton, …

Congratulations to the graduates of 2018

It was another celebratory year as Des Moines University awarded 455 degrees in nine programs at the 118th annual Commencement …

DMU students honored with service awards

The Des Moines University Student Service Award recognizes students from all programs who demonstrate efforts to improve lives in our …

Good cause sparks interprofessional insights

On May 5, 30 first- and second-year podiatric medical students and physical therapy students teamed up to provide health screenings …

What’s it really like to run Boston? DMU student John Paul Sevcik shares his magical moments

John Paul “JP” Sevcik hobbled into my office on a recent Thursday afternoon, still a bit sore from the 122nd …