PCOM Georgia medical, pharmacy and physician assistant students are working to meet the need for COVID vaccinators in Georgia.
The award recognizes physicians' contributions to education, research, service and more within the osteopathic profession.
As the state's vaccine supply grows, medical students will volunteer their time and skills to administer vaccinations.
Dr. Mann will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Simulation Center and standardized patients across PCOM's three locations.
PCOM Georgia medical student Kayla Thomas was recently awarded a Diversity in Medicine scholarship from The Dr. Oz Show.
Students, faculty and staff judged and taught during the virtual Gwinnett Regional Science, Engineering and Innovation Fair.
Students in the osteopathic medicine, pharmacy and physician assistant studies programs are trained to deliver vaccinations.
The free summer program allows Atlanta area youth to explore healthcare careers while being mentored by PCOM Georgia students and faculty.
The American Physical Therapy Conference Combined Sections will be held virtually during the month of February.
The fourth year medical student is honored for promoting healthcare advocacy and professional opportunities for her peers.