As a fellow, Gregory McDonald, DO '89, will work to improve the science of medicine and support public health initiatives throughout Philadelphia.
Myo/Nog cells, which were originally discovered at PCOM, may have therapeutic effects for those with eye diseases and blindness.
Barbara Williams-Page, DO, is recognized nationally for her ongoing commitment to osteopathic medicine and education.
Virtual research week showcases the ongoing research of students, faculty and staff from PCOM's three locations.
The 2021 ceremony graduated 270 Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine at the Mann Center for Performing Arts.
Marcine Pickron-Davis, PhD, PCOM chief diversity and community relations officer, was honored recently as a 2021 "Woman of Achievement."
PCOM hosted the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Meta Christy House, a campus adjacent apartment complex.
Three DO students have been elected to national student leadership positions in the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA).
Five PCOM students designed a course for Spanish-speaking students who wish to expand their medical Spanish communication skills.
We are guided by our mission and will continue to do our part to rectify the deep-rooted neglect and inequality that so many in our society have experienced.