71 years later, “downwinders” are still ignored

When I read a March 24 article in the Santa Fe New Mexican titled “Los Alamos team visits Japan to …

Health care advocacy beyond the clinic

I trace my own roots in working for social change to several family members – a grandfather, Philip S. VanCise …
DMU faculty and students provided first aid at the Living History Farms Off-Road Races.

On the run

First-, second- and third-year physical therapy students made DMU proud by providing recovery services to more than 150 runners participating …
Noreen O'Shea, D.O., FAAFP

Walking the path with patients, students

Noreen O’Shea, D.O.’84, FAAFP, readily admits she was “scared” about joining the DMU family medicine program in March 2014, but …

Alumni lead, honored by IOMA

A number of DMU alumni were honored by the Iowa Osteopathic Medical Association (IOMA) and were elected to its offices …
Benzoni Shah KY

Adjunct faculty spotlight: Thomas Benzoni, D.O., AOBEM, FACEP, ABFM

When he was 10 years old, Thomas Benzoni was happily hurtling downhill on his bicycle when the front wheel fell …
From Des Moines to the Dominican Republic and Biloxi, Mississippi, global health students rekindle their commitment to medicine

Spring Breakthroughs

At two new-for-DMU sites for global health service during spring break this year, students and clinicians treated hundreds of patients, …

Much more than a sum of parts

Last July, David Drake, D.O.’83, acted on an idea that had him “hooked”: to voluntarily donate a kidney. His journey …

What would you do for a complete stranger?

What would you do for a complete stranger? Dr. David Drake donated a kidney. David Drake, D.O.’83, made the life-saving …

Much more than a sum of parts

The desire to make an impact, extraordinary surgical expertise and some coincidental DMU connections came together in the past year …

A fun messenger of serious advice

A Florida-based actor, singer and dancer is becoming increasingly popular with the pre-middle school set. He has two books out, …