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Neuromuscular Disease Therapy Research: David Garcia-Castro (DO/PhD '23)

January 13, 2022

Third-year DO/PhD student's research identified a potential therapeutic approach for spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy.

First-Generation Students Find Support in SGA Group

January 11, 2022

In 2019, 17.9% of osteopathic medical school applicants were the first in their families to attend college.

A Match Made in Med School

December 21, 2021

Anthony Guillorn, DO '20, surprised Nicole McAndrew, DO '20, with a marriage proposal where the couple first met at PCOM.

Kendorski Elected to APA Board of Educational Affairs

December 3, 2021

In this role, Dr. Kendorski will work closely with the other board members to recommend educational policy for the American Psychological Association.

PCOM Student Named AMWA Global Health Fellow

November 19, 2021

Briana Krewson (DO `23) will work alongside other fellows to plan and implement medical service-learning projects.

College Recognizes DEI Efforts Across Campuses

November 11, 2021

Faculty and staff members were recognized for their commitment to PCOM's diversity, equity and inclusion plans.

Koch Named President of NEDLA

November 10, 2021

Douglas Koch, EdD, was recently named president of the Northeast Digital Learning Association (NEDLA).

Gravina Announced as Chairman of Board of Trustees

November 10, 2021

Thomas J. Gravina will succeed John P. Kearney, who served as chairman of PCOM's Board of Trustees since 2014.

PCOM Family Medicine Introduces Telehealth Technology

November 5, 2021

PCOM physicians have begun using virtual meeting technology to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients.

From Lab to Clinic: Four Years of Research at PCOM

November 3, 2021

Nathan Morrison (DO '22) shares his research experiences as a medical student at PCOM.

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