The President’s Report details recent Division of Research initiatives at
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (PCOM) Division of Research is tasked with facilitating research activities on both campuses and at the College’s clinical affiliates. In the recently released 2016 President’s Report, Chief Research and Science Officer Mindy George-Windstein and other PCOM researchers discussed projects and partnerships from the past year.
"Our Division remains committed to supporting the research of our scientists, educators and clinicians," George-Windstein said. "Ultimately this will promote the careers of our students and improve patient care.”
The report also outlines Division of Research (DOR) objectives related to furthering PCOM's educational mission.
“The goals of our training program are to spark curiosity in the students, hone their skills in critical thinking and also to inspire them to continue to contribute new knowledge to their profession,” George-Windstein said.
More information about the DOR, including core research focus, facilities and researchers is available at pcom.edu/research.
The 2016 President's Report, created by the Office of Marketing and Communications, includes video highlights from the past year and delineates many of the strategic initiatives set forth in PCOM 2020: A Strategic Vision. The report also includes a financial overview, summary of grants, Institutional Advancement report and other supporting documents.