Celebrate National Osteopathic Medicine Week

Sunday, April 17, marked the beginning of National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week! Through April 23, members of the osteopathic medical …

D.O. Day on Capitol Hill

Students took a break from studying last week to participate in D.O. Day on Capitol Hill. The event is sponsored …

What is a D.O.?

Happy Osteopathic Medicine Week! Did you know there are two types of doctors in the United States? A doctor of …

DMU students see friends, not stereotypes

In the University’s Homeless Camp Outreach, students learn to help people “where they are” – and gain compassion in the process.

Student research may help tackle vitamin deficiency, blindness

Tyler Mayo is working in a DMU laboratory to help address potential vitamin A deficiency among children on the other side of the world.

Keeping doctors down on the farm

With its Area Health Education Centers program and new rural medicine scholarship, DMU is bringing health care to underserved areas, today and for the future.

Students help spinal cord-injured get moving

Everyone is smiling on this golf outing. Wheelchair users just want to have fun–and golf and bicycle and bowl and …

William Anderson: Never Quit

Born in the segregated South, Anderson was determined to become a doctor at a time when many African-Americans had limited access to basic health care.

Let’s hear it for the spouses

DMU student spouse receives award For some, simply surviving marriage to a medical student is accomplishment enough. Not so Jon …