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Researchers Urge Collaboration in Understanding of How Infections Drive Alzheimer's

June 7, 2023

Brian Balin, PhD, director for PCOM's Center for Chronic Disorders of Aging, and fellow researchers are investigating how infections contribute to Alzheimer's disease.

PCOM Georgia Hosts Its Largest Research Day

May 22, 2023

Medical and graduate students showcased their poster presentations for an array of judges made up of faculty and other health professionals.

PCOM South Georgia Students Share Their Work During Research Day

May 18, 2023

The annual College event helps address a major challenge for medical education in rural areas: research and scholarly activity.

Treatment for Multiple Myeloma - Researching Potential Drug Candidates

May 10, 2023

PCOM researcher Eric Wang is working to identify potential drug candidates suitable to use as a treatment for multiple myeloma.

PCOM Launches First Academic Journal

May 3, 2023

The Journal of Integrated Primary Care (JIPC) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering primary care, pediatrics, behavioral health, PT, pharmacy and more.

Advancing Interest in Research Among BIPOC Students

April 17, 2023

Lincoln University undergraduate students receive training in behavioral research in partnership with PCOM and Public Health Management Corporation.

Student Research Spotlight: Peter Choi (DO '24)

March 31, 2023

Peter Choi (DO '24) is studying treatment strategies for vascular malformations that involve collaborative work between medical specialists.

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.