Des Moines University series to raise awareness of human trafficking

Human trafficking is a modern-day slavery, involving victims who are forced, defrauded or coerced into labor or sexual exploitation. An …

No restrictions, only opportunities

As a young man in Battle Creek, MI, James Haffenden bought stock in a company because a neighbor was then …

Melding music with med school

On a recent Friday evening on the DMU campus, a group of students gathered in the Student Education Center’s osteopathic …

Alumni Spotlight: Kevin V. de Regnier, D.O.

Dr. de Regnier epitomizes commitment to patient care, leadership in and service to his profession, and investment in medical students …

Leading the fight against infectious disease

Capt. Kyle Petersen, D.O.’94, FACP, FIDSA, and Adam Armstrong, D.O.’96, FACP, are serving as commanding officer and executive officer, respectively, …

Provider Profile: Meet Dr. Jose Figueroa

Name:Jose S. Figueroa, D.O. Title:Clinician/Assistant Professor Clinic:Osteopathic Manual Medicine Clinic Undergraduate School:Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa Medical School:University of Osteopathic …

A fun messenger of serious advice

A Florida-based actor, singer and dancer is becoming increasingly popular with the pre-middle school set. He has two books out, …

Provider Profile: Meet Dr. Adrian Woolley

Name:Adrian Woolley, D.O. Title:Vice-chairman, Osteopathic Manual Medicine Clinic:Family Medicine Clinic/Osteopathic Manual Medicine Clinic Undergraduate School:Revelle College, La Jolla, California Medical …

Honor society recognizes compassionate student leaders and teachers

Des Moines University is dedicated to teaching compassionate health care professionals and is a proud chapter of the Arnold P. Gold …

Real Talk

Adrian Simien was barely a year old when pioneering “gangsta rap” group N.W.A. debuted the 1988 album “Straight Outta Compton” …

Inaugural Iowa forgivable loans awarded to four DMU graduates

While one’s graduation from medical school is a marvelous occasion, it got even better for the inaugural recipients of awards …

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 …