What would George Washington do?

George Washington was much more than America’s first president. He’s a representative of an era when medicine was slowly becoming …

Annual memorial service to honor body donors and their families May 17 at DMU

On Friday, May 17, Des Moines University will honor 62 people who donated their bodies to further medical education in …

Stimulating Saturday in neuroanatomy

While interactive learning is happening pretty much all the time at DMU, a particularly engaged group of clinicians came to …

Free seminar for local runners May 4 at DMU

The Des Moines University Sports Medicine Club is hosting “Health Care Perspectives for Today’s Runner,” a free seminar for Des …

First ever DMU Golf Benefit

The DMU Alumni Association is building upon the past successes of the COM and CHS golf outings by hosting its first DMU …

CPMS holds 20th Annual Rite of Passage Ceremony

The College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery held the 20th Annual Recognition and Rite of Passage Ceremony on Saturday, April …

Singing in spring

Please join us for the annual DMU Choir spring concert tomorrow April 24 at 12:15 p.m. in the SEC Auditorium. The …

Wordless Wednesday: kids on a mission

[photos via Chris Bolander, AMA/IMS Chapter President]

Learn about osteopathic medicine and receive free treatments at open house

In conjunction with National Osteopathic Medicine Week, Des Moines University osteopathic medical students will host their annual OMM Community Night …

Open house for those with Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease is a debilitating, progressive neurologic disorder that typically leaves its victims with impaired strength, motor performance, hand-eye coordination, …

Your mission is simple

Mission:Active is back! DMU students play hosts to the FREE kids health fair again this year on Saturday, April 6 …