Nakoasha Dillard (PharmD '21) was a "Top 10 Finalist" in the 2019 National Patient Counseling Competition held at the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Annual Meeting and Exposition.
Alyssa Varsalona, CSCS (PT '21) competed against about 100 athletes in the Southeast region in the March competition.
Dr. Greger discussed with students the numerous studies which show plant-based diets can be beneficial to overall health and wellness.
Fourth year osteopathic medicine students rejoiced with friends and family as they learned their residency program matches.
The Evans Hall lobby was filled with DO students and their families as they celebrated the next phase of their medical careers.
The AOA's "DO Day on Capitol Hill" provided opportunities for PCOM Georgia medical students to meet with legislators.
Lectures, discussions and performances mark Black History Month and the contributions of black osteopathic medicine physicians.
Physical therapists also represented their profession at PT Day at the Capitol
PCOM Georgia students taught the life-saving technique to undergraduates at Georgia State University as part of a national event.
The GA-PCOM medical student is spending two months in Washington, DC working on healthcare and higher education policies.