Recent News

Conference to Focus on Disability-Related Issues

April 20, 2016

PCOM's Department of Psychology and the Culturally Aware Psychology Students group will host the 2016 Diversity Conference on April 30.

New Clinical Education Structure Announced

April 20, 2016

To meet the growing needs of clinical education, a revised structure has been established at GA-PCOM.

PCOM Hosts First Transgender Medicine Symposium

April 18, 2016

The event brought together local and national experts in the field.

Students Work to Prevent HIV Transmission

April 15, 2016

Two fourth-year osteopathic medical students from GA-PCOM are working to increase education and decrease HIV transmission in Central Alabama.

PCOM Walks the Walk for Cancer Research

April 13, 2016

Several PCOM students walked the night away last Friday in support of the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life.

Digging for Antarctic Dinos

April 12, 2016

Kerin Claeson, PhD, assistant professor, anatomy, just spent the better part of six-weeks at the bottom of the world.

Program Aims to Break Mental Health Stigmas

April 11, 2016

A stigma surrounding issues related to mental health persists among many medical students.

Residency Program Receives ACGME Approval

April 8, 2016

PCOM's General Surgery Residency Program director describes initial accreditation as "historic achievement."

PCOM Joins Medical Schools on Obama Opioid Pledge

April 6, 2016

Opioid prescription education and pain management have been part of PCOM's curriculum for years.

Dean Attends National RX Abuse and Heroin Summit

April 5, 2016

Other GA-PCOM faculty to present data on drug abuse prevention education efforts at April 7 AACOM meeting in Washington, D.C.