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Novel Ways of Looking

February 16, 2017

Seeing isn’t only about looking outward; it involves looking inward as well.


Groundbreaking Microscopic and Macroscopic Discoveries

February 9, 2017

Mindy George-Weinstein, PhD, chief research and science officer, has spent three decades discovering, targeting and closely observing Myo/Nog cells.


Bird by Bird

January 31, 2017

Bernard F. Master, DO '66, a successful physician and businessman, has seen more species of birds than almost anyone else on earth--and seeing the world through the eyes of birds has given him a sense of place like no other.


Seeing Without Seeing

January 27, 2017

Jeffrey Gazzara, DO '16, has adapted to and overcome many of the complexities of practicing medicine with a visual deficiency through the power of touch and cognition.


Hanging up His Stethoscope for Roads Not Taken

September 13, 2016

James Quigley, DO '75, defies age in a cross-country retirement ride that raises funds for ALS.


PCOM's Rock Star Goes to Antarctica

September 12, 2016

Kerin M. Claeson, PhD, associate professor of anatomy, prospected with an international team of paleontologists.


A New Framework for Engagement

September 12, 2016

In January, the PCOM Alumni Association Board of Directors approved a new organizational structure that will provide greater benefits for alumni, students and the College.


What Our Patients Teach Us

June 20, 2016

Alumni—from across the country—share expressions of patient healing on a path towards empathy.


Patient Centeredness

June 20, 2016

By shifting to an outward mindset, healthcare providers can work as a collaborative team, yielding better patient outcomes and sustained empathy.


Mourning in Medical School

June 18, 2016

They are taught to save lives, but what happens when medical school students have to confront mortality in the midst of their training?