Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Program

Faculty Focus: Rasheed Agboola, MD

October 18, 2021

Dr. Agboola, associate professor of pathology, discusses his passion for teaching medical students and studying medicine.

PCOM Georgia Student Doctors Celebrate White Coat Ceremony

October 15, 2021

138 osteopathic medicine students received their physician white coats and celebrated with faculty, staff, family and friends.

Medical Students Receive White Coats

October 12, 2021

Members of the DO Class of 2025 celebrate an important milestone in their journeys to become physicians.

Future Healthcare Providers Honor Silent Teachers

September 28, 2021

Students, faculty and staff gathered to recognize individuals who donated their bodies to further medical education.

Student Clubs Host Women's Health Symposium

September 27, 2021

The two-day event featured sessions on different aspects of women's health including breast cancer, HIV/AIDS and more.

Daghigh, Abdali Assist Afghan Refugees

September 22, 2021

PCOM community members assisted with interpretation and intake care for Afghanistan evacuees arriving in Philadelphia.

Women in Medicine: Andrea Mann, DO, FAAP

September 21, 2021

Dr. Mann shares what encouraged her to pursue a career in medicine as well as advice for young females interested in becoming physicians.

Women in Medicine: Savita Arya, MD

September 17, 2021

PCOM recognizes its female faculty members during the month of September which is the American Medical Association's Women in Medicine month.

Student Research Spotlight: Samuel P. Prahlow (DO '24)

September 15, 2021

Osteopathic medicine student Samuel Prahlow shares his passion for research and describes the projects he has worked on during grad and med school.

Students Participate in Anatomy Lab Research Projects

September 15, 2021

Research groups are overseen by PCOM South Georgia faculty as they explore cadavers and slides for different diseases.

Student-Led Nonprofit Honored for Public Safety

September 3, 2021

Four PCOM Georgia med students were recognized by Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris for their "Student Docs for Shocks" organization.

Volunteers Prepare Local Students for Back-to-School

August 27, 2021

PCOM partners with local organizations to provide health screenings and prepare children for the upcoming school year.

Alberto Reflects on Treating COVID Patients and Teaching Med Students

August 17, 2021

Gino Alberto, DO '83, MPH, describes treating patients in NYC and shares his passion for teaching emergency medicine at PCOM South Georgia.

How to Deal With Stress as a Medical Student

August 16, 2021

PCOM South Georgia faculty member and pediatrician Ann Contrucci, MD, offers tips on how to deal with stress during medical school.

Students Honor Anatomical Donors

August 11, 2021

Through the generosity of anatomical donors, doctoral and graduate students are able to study the human body through hands-on training.

Students Debunk Vaccine Myths at Local Health Fair

August 11, 2021

PCOM Georgia students engaged community members about the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine at Gwinnett Daily Post's Back-to-School Health Fair.

From Biomed to Med School: Grace Wilgucki, MS

July 30, 2021

Upon graduating from the MS in Biomedical Sciences program, Grace Wilgucki will enter into the osteopathic medicine program to pursue becoming a physician.

Master's to Med School: Graduate Profile of Hunter Alberto Vasquez

July 20, 2021

Upon completing his MS degree in Biomedical Sciences, Hunter Alberto Vasquez will enter PCOM Georgia's DO program with a goal to serve marginalized communities.

Medical Students Volunteer With Migrant Farmworker Clinic

July 8, 2021

PCOM South Georgia medical students recently provided administrative and logistical support at several field clinics.

A Pandemic Within a Pandemic: Addressing Marginalized and Minoritized Communities to Foster Recovery

July 6, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic is a socioeconomic crisis for underrepresented communities. College alumni discuss the effects and offer solutions.