This class has class – and heart

When Chris Hogue, D.P.M.’17, his wife, Katie, their two daughters and Katie’s parents were invited to the December meeting of …

New members join DMU board

The DMU Board of Trustees welcomed three new members in 2014 and will add two more in March. At its …

DMU sending care teams near and far for spring break

Thirty-four Des Moines University students are heading for warmer weather for spring break. Unlike your traditional spring breaker, these students …

DMU announces 2015 Global Health Pathways interns

Des Moines University in December announced the four students who have been selected to participate in prestigious summer internships as …

Podiatric students serve “Recipes for Success”

Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a manual for maneuvering one’s first year of medical school? Imagine possessing a magical tome …

Exploring tomorrow’s medicine today

While he was an undergraduate at Creighton University, John Miller worked as a paramedic and became fascinated by diabetes and its complications. Later, …

DMU students, alums recognized for research

A record 67 researchers presented their work to students, faculty and health care professionals at the 2014 DMU Research Symposium on …

DMU podiatric students become champions for their profession

Last spring students at DMU started an organization called Podiatric Medicine Advocacy (PMA) to promote the profession. As co-founders Kelsey …
Philip Ward, DPM'89

Early advocate for CPMS, his profession

As a student in the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery (CPMS) in the mid-1980s, Phillip Ward made the commitment …

DMU student helps set up APMSA for continued success

Kyle Duncan says he’s “really good” at complaining, but he learned at an early age that bellyaching about issues isn’t …

Provider Profile: Meet Dr. Mindi Feilmeier

Name:Mindi J. Feilmeier, D.P.M., FACFAS Title:Podiatrist/Assistant Professor Clinic:Foot and Ankle Undergraduate School:Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, Iowa Medical School:Des Moines …

Reaching out to the unsheltered

A recent early March morning in Des Moines was the kind that would make most medical students – most people, for that …