Nutrition the focus of October 25 Friday Research Seminar Series

James Hollis, Ph.D., assistant professor of the Sustainable Food Processing Alliance at Iowa State University, presented at the October 25 …

Should “meatless Monday” be every day?

I have mixed feelings when it comes to meat. I grew up on a family farm where my parents raised …

Friday Research Seminar Series explores animal anatomy

Paleontologist Rachel Dunn, Ph.D., shared her research in animal anatomy at the October 11 Friday Research Seminar Series. A new …

A successful year of research for Mindi Feilmeier

Mindi Feilmeier, D.P.M.’05, FACFAS, assistant professor and clinician in the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, has had a successful …

Physiology and Pharmacology well represented at annual meeting

The 17th Annual Iowa Physiological Society Meeting was held on campus September 21 and the Physiology and Pharmacology Department was …

At your doorstep

PRIM&R’s At Your Doorstep Program: IRB 250 was back in action again this year on August 2. Sixty-three attendees from …

Mentored student research program

Since May, many students have been busy in laboratories around campus working with faculty members to learn research techniques and …

IACUC conference a success

On June 14, Des Moines University’s Office of Research and Continuing Medical Education departments hosted IACUC Approval in the Ever Changing …

DMU earns ACCME accreditation

After a comprehensive review of DMU’s educational activities, the Iowa Medical Society (IMS) awarded Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education …

Where there’s smoke, there’s COPD

When asked to picture typical sufferers of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), most people would think of white men, as …

Free CME offered by the Mayo Clinic

The Des Moines University Office of Research invites you to participate in a series of online professional development research courses …

Dr. Geletta and DMU students are making an impact in the community

Simon Geletta, Ph.D., associate professor in the M.P.H. program, and Carolyn Beverly, M.D., assistant professor in the M.P.H. Program, were awarded …