They are taught to save lives, but what happens when medical school students have to confront mortality in the midst of their training?
PCOM alumni at Aria Health were well prepared to treat the mass casualties of May's Amtrak derailment.
An ardent educator and research scientist whose personal, passionate lens was that of art, Dr. DiLullo passed away on May 8, 2015.
Inaugural events for Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, proffered the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine community the opportunity to officially welcome the institution's eighth president.
The annual observance of Founders' Day honors the founders of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine: Oscar John Snyder, DO, and Mason Wiley Pressly, DO.
For decades, Zenia Chernyk, DO'77, has been a remarkably efficient advocate for Ukrainian children with specialized healthcare needs.
When Winson T. George, PhD, DO '09, was growing up in Bombay, India, he knew nothing of the city's lurid red light district, located about eight miles from his childhood home.