Kevin M. Munger, D.O.’15, M.S.A.’13

Kevin M. Munger, D.O.’15, M.S.A.’13, was named one of two chief residents at the University of Missouri-Kansas City for 2017-2018. …
Happy graduates at 2015 Commencement

472 degrees of happiness

Ideal weather, a distinguished grand marshal, honored “milestone” alumni, a compelling keynote speaker and, of course, the elation of earning …
Female holding globe

Stretching beyond comfort zones

As a fourth-year medical student, Mali Schneiter delivered twins — by herself — in a hospital in Uganda. Classmate Nicole Cook counted potentially …
D.O. Class of 2015

Where did all our docs go?

After Commencement, our graduates are prepared to embark on exciting, new health careers. But for the osteopathic and podiatric physicians, …

Student gives life-saving gift

In 2011, when first-year DMU student Matthew Sabongi was encouraged by a fellow student to join the National Marrow Donor …

Honor society recognizes compassionate student leaders and teachers

Des Moines University is dedicated to teaching compassionate health care professionals and is a proud chapter of the Arnold P. Gold …

The littlest among us are key to our biggest health problems

Editor’s note: During his eight-week internship with the World Health Organization (WHO) this summer, third-year DMU osteopathic medical student and …

Alumni spotlight: Richard E. Vermillion, D.O.’60

From the Des Moines Register: Rural Iowa doctor's 53-year legacy: Dr. Richard Vermillion has served Ogden for more than 50 years. Take a look inside his clinic and see what keeps the 83-year-old doctor going.

The Hard and Heroic Lessons of Deployment

When Leigh Rexius, D.O.’15, deployed to Iraq in 2005, he spent a lot of time transporting personnel to and from …

DMU student earns prestigious AOF award

Tara Blalock Hughes, a third-year student in Des Moines University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM), has served as president of …

Mali Schneiter, D.O.’15, selected for national global health position

Mali Schneiter, second-year osteopathic medical student, was selected to represent all osteopathic medical students as the Council of Osteopathic Student …

Tara Hughes, D.O.’15, elected to national leadership position

Tara Hughes, second-year osteopathic medical student, was elected National Chair of the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP) at …