Friday Recipe: Ginger Bran Muffins

I know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but honestly, most mornings I’m doing good to get …

CPMS again get great pass rate!

The first-time pass rate for the CPMS class of 2011 on part I of the National Board Exam was 98.3 …

Labor Day weekend plans?

Just a reminder: this weekend is Labor Day. DMU will be closed on Monday. I apologize if you go through …

Keeping doctors down on the farm

With its Area Health Education Centers program and new rural medicine scholarship, DMU is bringing health care to underserved areas, today and for the future.

Students help spinal cord-injured get moving

Everyone is smiling on this golf outing. Wheelchair users just want to have fun–and golf and bicycle and bowl and …

William Anderson: Never Quit

Born in the segregated South, Anderson was determined to become a doctor at a time when many African-Americans had limited access to basic health care.

Not just a pretty face!

Hundreds of actors have played health care roles on TV and in movies. But an actor in real health care? Meet Dan Deublein, future physician assistant.

In the heart of Harlem

Starting a medical school anywhere is daunting enough. But when Martin Diamond, D.O.’62, was invited to help with such an effort in Manhattan, he agreed only if the school would be located in a neighborhood with few doctors, high needs and a rich history.

Training America’s military medics

Local medics practice at DMU's Iowa Simulation Center.

Show them the way: Mentor a DMU student

Alums give back by mentoring students

In the battle of the sexes, we’d all be better in this together

Preparing competent leaders in health care is going to take more than cracking the glass ceiling.

Alum participates in global health

Craig Thompson, D.O. ’78, a family physician in Strawberry Point and Manchester, Iowa, traveled with DMU’s Global Health Department to …