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2021 “OsteoCHAMPS in a Box”: A look at this year’s virtual program
We talk to Mollie Mfodwo, manager of pre-college programs, about OsteoCHAMPS.
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Faculty, staff and students present at annual AACOM Conference
Held virtually April 20 – 22, 2021, participants of the Educating Leaders 2021 American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, or AACOM, conference were able to engage in…
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  • Awards and Honors
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Master of Science in Global Health program graduates its first two students
Jasmine Dickson and Alyssa Maturen became the first graduates to complete the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s new Master of Science in Global Health program earlier this…
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Study investigates how Zika affects brain function in children born to infected mothers in Mexico
Following the Zika virus epidemic that started in Brazil between 2014 and 2015, some pregnant women who had the Zika virus infection had infants born with congenital Zika virus…
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Osteopathic medical students get involved in the accreditation process
In order to offer a program that leads to the degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, all osteopathic medical schools must go through the accreditation process with the…
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  • Outreach and Engagement
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How a recent graduate returned to the ER as a nurse during medical school
“I love being a nurse,” Megan Ross, D.O., R.N., says. She beams when she talks about her experience working as a nurse for four years before attending the MSU College of…
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