Two DMU students win prizes for poster presentations

Des Moines University students Amanda Jepson, D.O. ’15, and Michael Stencel, D.O. ’15, won prizes for their posters and presentations …

Halt the salt

It’s little surprise that we consume too much salt. Sadly, a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and …

Areas of Research Emphasis Named

After an analysis of Des Moines University’s strengths, publications, presentations and needs on campus, the Office of Research has named …

DMU researchers awarded grant from Polk County

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 …

Mentored Student Research Program

Friday, July 20th, marked the unofficial end of another successful Mentored Student Research Program here at DMU. The program provided …

Friday recipe: Thai melon salad

NPR’s health blog, “Shots,” recently reported that a study published in Nature magazine indicates that diets rich in “fiber, fruits, …

Research is vital

Research is vital, and at DMU students are vital to research. The Mentored Student Research Program is an excellent opportunity for students to highlight their …

Three DMU researchers awarded an Iowa Science Foundation grant

Three Des Moines University researchers have received a $5,000 grant from the Iowa Science Foundation, the foundation arm of the …

Power of preventive care

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has long monitored the use of clinical preventive services to provide public health agencies, …

From autism to Alzheimer’s

Do you want to know more about supporting youth diagnosed with autism? How about new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, malignant …

Friday recipe: Asian chicken and edamame pizza

Did your mother ever tell you to chew your food slowly and thoroughly? If so, it appears her advice was …