PCOM in the News
November 2017

November 30, 2017

Click the links below to view November 2017 news articles featuring Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine faculty, students and events:

November 30, 2017 | Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
Marcine Pickron-Davis, PhD, chief diversity and community relations officer, discussed her role at PCOM.

November 30, 2017 | AACOM "Inside OME"
Heather Montie, PhD, assistant professor, neuroscience, physiology & pharmacology, received an NIH grant to study Kennedy's Disease.

November 28, 2017 | AAMC News
PCOM and several other local medical schools participate in the Bridging the Gaps program. 

November 27, 2017 | WHYY
Scott Glassman, PsyD '13, discusses his program, A Happier You, which teaches participants how to grow and maintain positive feelings.

November 21, 2017 | Philadelphia magazine
Jessica Kendorski, PhD, associate professor, psychology, discussed mindfulness and self-care.

November 18-19, 2017 | Philly.com, Philadelphia Inquirer
Erik Polan, DO '07, assistant professor, internal medicine, discussed the safety of long term ibuprofen use. 

November 16,2017 | Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Second-year DO students at PCOM participate in the Medical Student Advocate program, in partnership with Lankenau Medical Center.

November 9, 2017 | Philadelphia Gay News
PCOM recently hosted transgender advocate Anne Koch, DMD, for a lecture on transgender health.

November 7, 2017 | Philadelphia magazine
Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, president and CEO, discusses PCOM and the history of osteopathic medicine, during the profession's 125th anniversary.

November 3, 2017 | AACOM "Inside OME"
PCOM receives the 2017 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award.

November 1, 2017 | Bloomberg NewsThe Boston Globe
Arthur Evans, PhD, clinical professor of psychology and chief executive officer of the American Psychological Association, discussed rising stress levels in the U.S.

November 1, 2017 | Philly.com
Sarah Allen, PhD, assistant professor, psychology, and Jessica Kendorski, PhD, associate professor, psychology, share thoughts about the "Switch Witch" to cut down on Halloween candy.