Two GA-PCOM osteopathic medical students have been accepted into summer research programs sponsored by the National Institutes of Health.
Two fourth-year osteopathic medical students from GA-PCOM are working to increase education and decrease HIV transmission in Central Alabama.
GA-PCOM student Ashley Peterson (DO '19) will spend eight weeks participating in research on geriatrics and end of life care.
The pre-orientation session was an opportunity to meet faculty, staff and fellow students.
More than 400 students participated in "Pharmacy Day at the Dome."
The Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP) has launched a Mental Health Awareness Task Force.
DO Class of 2018 supports classmate and Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The Toastmasters chapter at GA-PCOM works to encourages communication and leadership development by improving its members' speaking skills.
GA-PCOM fourth-year medical student Jessica Mormando (DO '16) is the recipient of this year's Mason W. Pressly Memorial Medal.