How her garden does grow!

DMU student digs in deep Ellen “Ellie” Bernard is particular about what foods she eats and where they come from. …

Opportunities abound in military medicine Just ask Al

While many perceive military life as defined by discipline, rules and restrictions, even a quick scan of the curriculum vitae …

Officer first

New elective grooms military physician leaders Leigh Rexius enlisted in the U.S. Army infantry after graduating from high school in …

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 …

Armed with a reminder of life’s beauty

Bryan Stocker wears his love of abstract art on his sleeve – that is, on his right arm’s full-sleeve tattoo. “It’s a …

DMU alumni, professor named ‘Top Docs’ in central Iowa

If you or a loved one required medical treatment, which physician would you choose? That’s the question dsm Magazine posed in a …

Pitts promotes osteopathic medicine and D.O.s as health care leaders

Richard Pitts, D.O.’73, Ph.D., said a lot in the subject line of an e-mail message he recently sent to DMU President …

Alumnus honored at Ohio Osteopathic Symposium

Paul G. Martin, D.O.’75, FACOEP, of Broadview Heights, OH, was among several physicians honored at the 2013 Ohio Osteopathic Symposium May …

An urgent conversation on the ‘safety net of medicine’

DMU Magazine recently talked with Marco Coppola, D.O.’89, FACEP, and Kevin Klauer, D.O.’92, EJD, FACEP, who are serving two-year terms as speaker and vice …

Alumni board president urges engagement

Robert Suter, D.O.’89, M.H.A.’89, FACEP, was one of the first, if not the first, person to graduate with two DMU degrees …

Alumnus brings broad views as DMU Board chair

Larry Baker knows health care from micro to mile-high levels. As medical director of the emergency medicine department of UnityPoint Health …

Sarah Hemming-Meyer, D.O.’13, gained a “Little” and a lot while at DMU

As a DMU osteopathic medical student, Sarah Hemming-Meyer juggled the rigors of classes and studying with giving tours to prospective students, serving …