SpartanDONews

News

Category:
Group:
Search:
Stronger Together: How College of Osteopathic Medicine Students Are Fighting COVID-19
In the face of great need, it’s natural to want to help. That’s how Courtney Merlo, class of 2023, got involved in the effort to give back. When she heard that a group of resident…
Category:
  • Outreach and Engagement
Group:
  • Students
Read More
Four individuals honored with the Patenge Medal of Public Service award
Four distinguished leaders have been selected to receive the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s highest honor, The Walter F. Patenge Medal of Public Service award. Known for…
Category:
  • Awards and Honors
Group:
  • Faculty/Staff
Read More
Behind the scenes with Ellie Small at TEDxMSU
Two busses filled with volunteers and supplies rumbled down the bumpy Guatemalan roads, heading towards their destination - a temporary medical clinic where many were waiting for…
Category:
  • Outreach and Engagement
Group:
  • Students
Read More
MSU colleges collaborate to create 3D-printed medical face shields in response to COVID-19 crisis
Nathan Tykocki, assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, organized a group of Spartans across colleges to make masks to help in…
Category:
  • Research and Scholarly Activity
Group:
  • Students,
  • Faculty/Staff,
  • Alumni
Read More
Outsmarting antibiotic resistance
Michigan State University researchers are working to identify new antibiotics and treatment methods to combat life-threatening bacterial infections. "[Universities] tend to be able…
Category:
  • Research and Scholarly Activity
Group:
  • Students,
  • Faculty/Staff,
  • Alumni
Read More
William G. Anderson receives national honor
The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, or AACOM, will honor distinguished leader William G. Anderson, D.O., with the Robert A. Kistner Award in Washington…
Category:
  • Awards and Honors
Group:
  • Students,
  • Faculty/Staff,
  • Alumni
Read More