In a dispatch from his trip with Ride for World Health, Blake Middleton, OMS IV, says the journey has been life-changing.
Leslie Tamura, OMS II, finds intramural softball to be the perfect antidote for a homework hangover. What's yours?
Kevin D. Hageman, OMS III, quietly questioned the effectiveness of OMM—until his first clinical rotation.
Jason Shore, OMS II, shares the details of his "Jeopardy!" journey, including how much he won and which questions stumped him.
"People are always willing to help and give if they just have a leader. That leader can be you," writes Cortney Shephard, OMS II.
“Some medical missions are flawed because they focus only on short-term treatments,” says Shane R. Sergent, OMS III.
The five recipients will each receive $2,000 to help fund their investigations.
New DO once had seen too many physicians “whose behavior didn’t match my philosophy of how to treat people.”
Matthew E. Sharbaugh, OMS II, hopped in his truck and set off to sign into a nursing home.
Student association targets need for more residency slots, compensation for preventive care.
Jeremy Forcé, OMS IV, was the first osteopathic medical student accepted into the NIH’s Clinical Research Training Program.
Born without a left hand, LECOM-Bradenton student does some things differently than her classmates but accomplishes the same goals.