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Cieremans Named PCOM Student Researcher of the Year

March 6, 2023

David Cieremans (DO ‘24), an Ensign in the United States Navy, has conducted research in various fields such as neuro-oncology and orthopaedics.

HH&Y Program Challenges Students to Design Their Own Research

March 2, 2023

The Havas Health & You (HH&Y) Research Scholars pilot program is designed specifically for DO students.

First Year Med Student Jumps into Ophthalmology Research

February 14, 2023

Mara Crispin (DO '25) is the first author of a new paper describing a potential therapeutic approach to preventing proliferative vitreoretinopathy.

Shahrzad Zamani (DO '25) Named Student Researcher of the Year

February 9, 2023

President of the research and journal club, Zamani was selected by her peers to represent PCOM South Georgia in a national competition.

Total Hip Arthroplasty Revision Rates in Younger Patients

January 31, 2023

Osteopathic medical student David Cieremans' research found that younger total hip replacement patients have low revision rates at eight years post-surgery.

Anorexia and Slow Heartbeat: Is a Pacemaker Needed?

December 31, 2022

Student researcher participates in a study aimed at informing the medical community about a rare presentation of profound asymptomatic sinus bradycardia.

Brianna Hector (DO '26) Selected for NIH Research Program

December 16, 2022

The PCOM med student will investigate maternal mortality rates of Black and Latino mothers in the Philadelphia area using the research hub.

Research Highlights: Data Management Services in Libraries

November 30, 2022

The research of Oliver Chen, PhD, PCOM's chief library services officer, focuses on how research libraries worldwide have developed data portals.

A Deeper Look at Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Symptoms

October 31, 2022

PCOM faculty member Alexa Bonacquisti, PhD, shares insight into her research on anxiety symptoms and their impact on postpartum mothers.

DO Students Discover Racial Discrepancies in Pulse Oximetry Readings

October 27, 2022

PCOM South Georgia medical students discovered current pulse oximetry technology can produce inaccurate results in patients with darker skin tones.