Social determinants of health and STD prevention: a CDC perspective

Des Moines University continues to improve lives in our global community by educating diverse groups of highly competent and compassionate …

DMU prof lands NIH grant to study diet, coronary heart disease

People have known for many years that what they eat can have a big impact, positive or negative, on their …

DMU’s M.P.H. program receives CEPH reaccreditation

DMU is proud that its master’s degree program in public health (M.P.H.) provides outstanding education that prepares public health leaders. …
Class of 2016

Celebrating the Class of 2016

Des Moines University awarded 472 degrees in nine programs at the 116th annual Commencement Ceremony on May 28. Family, friends, …
DepartmentofPublicHealth

New DMU department expands degree options

Des Moines University’s master’s degree programs in public health and health care administration equip individuals to become leaders in diverse …
DMU students participated in a mass casualty drill at the Des Moines International Airport.

Student pairs public health and preparedness

Cynthia James was working on public health issues years before they were considered “public health.” Now a student in DMU’s …
The Alumni Board visits the ultrasound lab.

Alumni Board seeks to engage grads

Members of the DMU Alumni Association Board of Directors want their 12,179 fellow alumni to also “get on board,” so …
Laura Delaney with kids on a medical mission to the Dominican Republic

Something to crow about

Assistant professor named PA of the Year and an Engaged Scholar Faculty Fellow Laura Delaney, PA-C’99, M.P.A.S., had provided health care …
Meghan Francis

Built to bridge research, health outcomes

Meghan Francis has conducted biomedical research on several topics, and she’s currently working as a research assistant in the nutrition …
DMU Research Symposium 2015

DMU Research Symposium probes ethics, awards presentations

The more than 500 graduate and undergraduate students, faculty members, staff, residents and other researchers who attended the 2015 DMU …

World AIDS Day: the time to act is now

We’ve come a long way in reducing rates of HIV infection since the peak of the epidemic 30 years ago, …
SomeoneYouLoveAttendees

Screening of Someone You Love a success

On October 28, 2015, approximately 300 health care professionals, students, and community members from a wide variety of backgrounds gathered …