First-year DO students take part in “Veteran’s Affair: My Life, My Story”, a community experience designed to challenge listening skills.
PCOM faculty, residents and students had works published in research journals on topics such as trauma care, toxicology, military medicine and more.
Dr. Noto-Bell shares what inspired her to become a doctor and describes what can be done to advance equity for women in medicine.
Ten week webinar series and discussion groups help students learn research laboratory techniques and safety protocols.
PCOM's Chief Human Resources Officer was recognized for outstanding achievement within the Delaware Valley professional community.
With the transition to remote work and learning that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents and caregivers now find themselves in the role of teacher.
PCOM psychology faculty discuss emotional health for children returning to school and the rise of DUIs during the pandemic.
PCOM faculty, residents and students had works published in various research journals on topics such as COVID-19, microbiology, neurosurgery and more.