Mali Schneiter, D.O.’15, selected for national global health position

Mali Schneiter, second-year osteopathic medical student, was selected to represent all osteopathic medical students as the Council of Osteopathic Student …

The “triple aim” and beyond

E Pluribus Unum, “out of many, one.” These Latin words can be found inscribed in several locations in our nation’s …

Week two in Rwanda

Yogesh Shah, M.D., DMU’s associate dean of global health, last year received a Fulbright Specialists Award that sent him this …

Fulfilling a Fulbright in Rwanda

Yogesh Shah, M.D., DMU’s associate dean of global health, last year received a Fulbright Specialists Award that sent him this …

Honduras 2013: The last day

Osteopathic medical student Brian Sullivan was a member of Des Moines University’s largest and most interprofessional global health service team …

Honduras 2013: Clinical (a different way of life)

Osteopathic medical student Brian Sullivan was a member of Des Moines University’s largest and most interprofessional global health service team …

Honduras 2013: Clinical (the interprofessional experience)

Osteopathic medical student Brian Sullivan was a member of Des Moines University’s largest and most interprofessional global health service team …

Honduras 2013: First day of clinic

Osteopathic medical student Brian Sullivan was a member of Des Moines University’s largest and most interprofessional global health service team …

Honduras 2013: Med packing

Osteopathic medical student Brian Sullivan was a member of Des Moines University’s largest and most interprofessional global health service team …

Honduras 2013: The adventure begins

Osteopathic medical student Brian Sullivan was a member of Des Moines University’s largest and most interprofessional global health service team …

DMU sending care team on spring break in Honduras for third consecutive year

Twenty-seven Des Moines University students are forgoing the traditional spring break destinations for a week of interprofessional training in Honduras. …

Is this research too dangerous?

What if you were a scientist who wanted to investigate ways to counter a deadly virus, but the only way …