Learn about PCOM's chief program development officer and his work in researching new academic programs and partnerships for the College.
Andrea Pax Mann, DO, FAAP, has been named the dean and chief academic officer of the Osteopathic Medicine program at PCOM Georgia.
Video and web technologies allow DO students to diagnose and treat simulated patients during virtual case scenarios.
Rotations and clerkships allow medical students to learn under the guidance of physicians in a variety of specialties.
Physical therapy students are using household items and family members to create videos about exercises and techniques.
DO students are taking part in art, music and storytelling lessons to improve their observation and communication skills.
Desk space under tents allow students to study in the presence of their peers while maintaining proper health and safety precautions.