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Kudos - May 2022

May 31, 2022

May's edition of Kudos features published research on ice hockey injuries and the effects obesity has on surgery outcomes.

PCOM Final U.S. Stop for Transcontinental 'Great Road Trip'

May 31, 2022

The Kennedy's Disease Association's 29-horsepower Citroen 2CV has covered over 4,000 miles on its journey to draw awareness to this rare genetic disease.

Kudos - April 2022

April 30, 2022

Faculty, residents and students published works on diversity, equity and inclusion in a new medical curriculum and systemic racism education in pharmacy curricula.

Student Research Spotlight: Shreya Dundumalla (DO `24)

April 19, 2022

Dundumalla's research is identifying a set of guidelines all physicians can follow in treating long-COVID symptoms and reducing clinical variation.

Havas Health & You Research Scholars Program

April 7, 2022

PCOM has partnered with Havas Health & You (HH&Y), the world's largest global health network, to engage DO students in research.

Kudos - March 2022

March 31, 2022

March's edition of Kudos features published research on maximizing student learning and wellbeing in the virtual age and the use of AI in laryngology.

Student Research Spotlight: Georgina Boateng (DO '25)

March 24, 2022

Osteopathic medicine student Georgina Boateng has focused her research on the impact of sickle cell disease on pregnancy outcomes.

Kudos - February 2022

February 28, 2022

Faculty, staff, residents and students at PCOM's three locations are highlighted for recent achievements, awards and recent published research works.

Prahlow Named Student Researcher of the Year

February 7, 2022

With this nomination, osteopathic medical student Samuel P. Prahlow (DO '24) will compete for national honors.

Student Research Spotlight: Katie Bombly (DO '24)

February 1, 2022

PCOM South Georgia medical student investigates outcomes of populations affected by end stage renal disease in the Atlanta area.