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Ask the expert: What progress has been made on AIDS?
SpartanDO professor Peter Gulick discusses the progress the scientific community has made over the past four decades in research and treatment of the illness, and the challenges…
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Researcher awarded $4.6 million to study immune protection against Tuberculosis
Two awards totaling $4.6 million-plus will allow MSUCOM infectious disease researcher Andrew Olive, Ph.D. and his team to continue their study of immune protection against…
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Dr. Ben Greene hosts podcast to expand understanding of OMM
Dr. Ben Greene jumped in feet first to gain more knowledge and understanding of how to best use OMM as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, and in turn help others to better…
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One-year grant awarded to create novel cancer therapeutics
A one-year grant from the Elsa U. Pardee Foundation has been awarded to a team of Michigan State University experts to create novel therapeutics that treat solid tumors, which the…
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MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine begins welcoming Class of 2027
Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine has begun offering admission to academically outstanding, service-oriented students who are committed to improving health…
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MSU’s Alyse Ley, D.O., appointed by governor to new School Safety and Mental Health Commission
Alyse Ley, D.O., associate professor and associate chair of education and research in the Department of Psychiatry – a shared department between the MSU College of Osteopathic…
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