Saturday workshops expand surgical skills

After producing two research papers based on her work with 10 cadaravic limbs last fall, Mindi Feilmeier, D.P.M.’05, FACFAS, was contacted by representatives of the …

Reimer brings vision as new program director/chair

Rachel Reimer, Ph.D., has a proven track record of excellence in teaching and research. After serving DMU’s master of public …

Leaving behind big shoes and a better DMU

“I know you want a history of me rather than that of the University,” said William Dyche, Ph.D., when DMU …

The Power of Story in Healing

Beyond the necessities for survival, is there any more fundamental human need than to connect with others through stories? They let us feel kinship, experience emotion, and understand or challenge the people and world around us. Stories let us learn, share, get angry, become motivated, understand difference and appreciate community.

Spelunking for carnivores

It doesn’t take an extensive science background to quickly grasp Julie Meachen’s research passion. Just peruse the titles of her co-authored papers tacked up outside …

Inaugural Iowa forgivable loans awarded to four DMU graduates

While one’s graduation from medical school is a marvelous occasion, it got even better for the inaugural recipients of awards …

Heroes in health care, at DMU and beyond: the 2014 Alumni of the Year

As part of this year’s alumni reunion festivities, the University recognized three outstanding graduates who have given greatly to their alma …

Harkin: osteopathic physicians “in the vanguard again”

Calling America’s health care system a “sick care system,” U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin challenged DMU’s 2014 graduates to confront aspects …

Disabilities Awareness Month includes volunteer service

For DMU podiatric student Billy Rutter, D.P.M.’16, the path to becoming a compassionate health professional means volunteering his time toward …

DMU wins Healthy Iowa Award

Based upon recent awards as well as broad utilization by DMU students and employees, the University’s wellness program is in …

Exploring Post 141 Scrubs In

“How many of you went through the stations and thought ‘Oh my gosh, I want to be a surgeon’?” Josh …

Duffy named Catherine Worthingham Fellow

When you encounter Pam Duffy, P.T., Ph.D., M.Ed., OCS, RP, FAPTA, assistant professor in global health and public health, she will greet you …