Robert Suter, D.O.’89, M.H.A., FAAEM, FACEP, FACOEP-D, FIFEM

Robert Suter, D.O.’89, M.H.A., FAAEM, FACEP, FACOEP-D, FIFEM, served as the senior executive committee member of the Eighth Mediterranean Emergency …

Alumni lead, honored by IOMA

A number of DMU alumni were honored by the Iowa Osteopathic Medical Association (IOMA) and were elected to its offices …
Run DMU 2015

Two hundred turn out to Run DMU

More than 200 DMU students, employees, alumni and friends took the challenge to Run DMU on September 11. Runners and …

Jeremy Storm, D.O.’05

Jeremy Storm, D.O.’05, joined Rapid City Medical Center, a multispecialty practice in Rapid City, SD, where he plans to establish …

Rochelle Remus, D.O.’12

Rochelle Remus, D.O.’12, joined the Mercy Pediatric Clinic in Cedar Rapids, IA. The clinic recently welcomed her to the practice …
Jack Hardy, D.O.'65

“Saipan Jack” journeys to reunion, through life

John “Jack” Hardy, D.O.’65, FACOS, didn’t travel out of his time zone to attend his DMU 50-year reunion, but he …
Benzoni Shah KY

Adjunct faculty spotlight: Thomas Benzoni, D.O., AOBEM, FACEP, ABFM

When he was 10 years old, Thomas Benzoni was happily hurtling downhill on his bicycle when the front wheel fell …
Happy graduates at 2015 Commencement

472 degrees of happiness

Ideal weather, a distinguished grand marshal, honored “milestone” alumni, a compelling keynote speaker and, of course, the elation of earning …

Drew Lewis, D.O.’03, FAOCPMR

Drew Lewis, D.O.’03, associate professor of osteopathic manual medicine at DMU, was elected a fellow of the American Osteopathic College …
Fork in brain

Back for seconds

After getting a taste of Des Moines University for three weeks one summer, these students returned to campus to complete …
COM Dean J.D. Polk teaches students how to use an ultrasound.

DMU gives students the “stethoscope of the 21st century”

Ultrasound, a technology that uses high-frequency sound waves to make images of organs and structures in the body, can give …
Female holding globe

Stretching beyond comfort zones

As a fourth-year medical student, Mali Schneiter delivered twins — by herself — in a hospital in Uganda. Classmate Nicole Cook counted potentially …