Kim Tran, M.D., Ph.D., right, supervises several student researchers at a time. They’ve included Vahe Matnishian and Robert Clements, back row; Lara Terry, now a doctoral student at the University of Rochester, and Briana Gebert-Oberle, now a research assistant in DMU’s physiology/pharmacology program. She and Terry completed the program this past summer.

M.S. program prompts probing investigations

Curiosity is creating an audible buzz among students and faculty engaged in DMU’s increasingly robust research enterprise. This story is …

Biomedical sciences students win awards at Iowa Physiological Society Meeting

Des Moines University was well represented at the 20th Annual Iowa Physiological Society Meeting held on campus on Saturday, April …

Physiology and Pharmacology well represented at annual meeting

The 17th Annual Iowa Physiological Society Meeting was held on campus September 21 and the Physiology and Pharmacology Department was …

Great minds, new discoveries

DMU is working strategically to guide and grow its research enterprise, an ongoing effort much like research itself. Building knowledge in four areas of emphasis – cardiovascular sciences, movement science, public health and pedagogy in the health sciences – will likely benefit students, patients and entire populations.

Two DMU students win prizes for poster presentations

Des Moines University students Amanda Jepson, D.O. ’15, and Michael Stencel, D.O. ’15, won prizes for their posters and presentations …