This award recognizes U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Chantel Thompson (DO/MPH '22) will represent PCOM in a nationwide contest hosted by the American Association of Colleges and Osteopathic Medicine.
Video and web technologies allow DO students to diagnose and treat simulated patients during virtual case scenarios.
PCOM professor Erik Polan, DO, discusses the steps families should take to mitigate the risk of spreading the virus after holiday gatherings.
Norah Fahad Aldawsari (PsyD '24) has been named to the American Psychology Association's Membership Board to advocate for underrepresented communities.
PCOM faculty, residents and students published scientific research works on otolaryngology, neuralgia, acne treatments and more.
Lisa Corbin, MS, LPC, was awarded the David W. Hall Advocacy Award by the Pennsylvania Counseling Association.
Rotations and clerkships allow medical students to learn under the guidance of physicians in a variety of specialties.
OMM Site Director Kristie Petree, DO '13, will help write questions and patient scenarios for future COMLEX exams.
Sadie Daugereaux (DO '23) was selected as the 2020 PCOM South Georgia nominee for the AACOM Student DO of the Year.