Eric Barp, D.P.M.’01, FACFAS

Eric Barp, D.P.M.’01, FACFAS, was the lead author and Katrina Almeida, D.P.M.’15, and Kelsey Millonig, D.P.M.’17, were among the co-authors …

Kimberly Bina, D.O.’01

Kimberly Bina, D.O.’01, was elected to a one-year term as a trustee of the Iowa Chapter of the American College …

Chris VandeLunde, D.O.’01

Chris VandeLunde, D.O.’01, was named the 2016-17 Iowa Family Physician of the Year by the Iowa Academy of Family Physicians …

Joseph Auxier, D.O.’01

Joseph Auxier, D.O.’01, joined the medical staff of Fremont Health Medical Center in Fremont, NE. He completed an internal medicine …
Rick Wilkerson, D.O.'80, and the orphans of La Concorde in Haiti.

Heeding Haiti’s call

Rick Wilkerson, D.O.’80, didn’t need Haiti to fulfill his passion for overseas medicine. After all, he’s provided health care and …

James Jarvis, PA-C’01

James Jarvis, PA-C’01, is one of only 220 certified physician assistants nationally to earn a specialty credential called a Certificate …
ACFAS 2016

Kicking off 2016 alumni events

On Friday, February 12, Des Moines University Development and Alumni Relations hosted the first of many 2016 events. Over 130 …

Alumnus installed as national surgical society president

Sean Grambart, D.P.M.’01, FACFAS, was installed in February as teh 65th president of the American College of Foot and Ankle …
Jay Christensen, M.H.A.'01

Jay Christensen, M.H.A.’01

Jay Christensen, M.H.A., in September 2015 was elected treasurer of the DMU Board of Trustees. He is the chief executive …
Pam Harrison Chambers

Pam Harrison Chambers, PA-C, M.P.H.’01

Pam Harrison Chambers, PA-C, M.P.H., was elected president of the DMU Alumni Association Board of Directors. She is associate professor …
The Alumni Board visits the ultrasound lab.

Alumni Board seeks to engage grads

Members of the DMU Alumni Association Board of Directors want their 12,179 fellow alumni to also “get on board,” so …

DMU board update

After his three years as chair of the DMU Board of Trustees, Larry J. Baker, D.O.’77, FACEP, turned the reins over …