A provocative day

At DMU, our faculty believe research is vital, and students are vital to research. A demonstration of that belief is …

The fat kid

Remember the fat kid in elementary school? The one who may at times have wanted to be invisible, but whose …

What’s on your mind?

“We humans have a complicated and ambivalent relationship to pleasure, which we spend an enormous amount of time and re­sources …

PA presentations: from atherosclerosis to sugar substitutes

DMU’s physician assistant Class of 2011 will return from their rotations this month for their final 25th-month activities. They include …

Would you take this test?

A new blood test that will go on sale to the public in Britain later this year can show how …

Jeff Gray, Ph.D., named interim vice president of research

Jeff Gray, Ph.D., professor of microbiology and immunology, has been named DMU’s interim vice president of research. In this role, he …

Andrew Brittingham, Ph.D. becomes fellow of the Iowa Academy of Science

Andrew Brittingham, Ph.D., has been selected to become a fellow of the Iowa Academy of Science at the 123rd IAS …

Research student spotlight: Tyler Nielsen

I received my B.A. in biology at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, in 2008. I am currently working with …

Michael & Sheila’s Nepali adventures

Namaste! I’m writing this post after just having spoken to my wife from the other side of the world, in …

Friday recipe: gluten-free blueberry clafoutis

A few weeks ago, Dr. Melita Schuster from the DMU Clinic gave a campus presentation on gluten-free diets. She talked …

Won’t you be ours?

Happy valentine’s day, lovely readers! On this day of warm fuzzies and mushiness, let us be clear in how much …