BCOM at The Roundhouse
From left to right: BCOM Pediatrics Chair Scott Cyrus, DO; Megan McCord, OMS-II; Michael Davis, OMS-II; Jessica Jacob, OMS-II; Joya Singh, OMS-II; Brian Liu, OMS-I; and Assistant Dean for Multicultural Inclusion/Director of Communications Justin McHorse

For the second year running, BCOM leaders made a trip to the New Mexico State Capitol building to meet with state legislators.

Meet Our Featured Faculty Member of the Month: Cindy Funk, Ph.D.
This Montana native has pursued her loves of anatomy and research in France, California, and Colorado. Now, she's brought her passion for teaching medical students to the Southwest.

Partnership Creates Opportunities for Local Students
Associate Dean Michael Morehead's work with Ngage New Mexico helps develop new partnerships and opportunities for children and families in Dona Ana County.
Student Presents Research at Regional Emergency Medicine Conference
Second year medical student Chris Kim was invited to present his research at the Western Regional Society for Academic Emergency Medicine's meeting in Albuquerque.
BCOM to Send Representative to AAO 2018 Convocation
After a local A. Hollis Wolf competition, medical student Corey Yeates has been selected to represent BCOM at the American Academy of Osteopathy's annual meeting in Dallas.
SWFOER Awards Scholarship to Mitchell Weaver
Weaver, a member of the class of 2020, said he appreciates the support of SWFOER and the Hummer family. He plans to go into orthopedic surgery after graduation.
BCOM and DACC Offer ACT and Stem-H Prep Camp
BCOM professor Dr. Samuel Kadavakollu has partenered with Dona Ana Community College to host an ACT and STEM camp for Las Cruces and El Paso area high school students. Application deadline is April 4!

BCOM in Pics: February Fun!
From a trivia night that raised money for local teachers to a dunking mascot and bowls of the best belly-warming chili around, February is off to a great start at BCOM.

BCOM In The News
Pitching In with Habitat for Humanity
Fourteen BCOMers brought along their friends and family and rolled up their sleeves to volunteer building homes for families in Las Cruces. For two full days, the students built window trim, roofed, and installed bathtubs, and they even got a chance to meet one of the families Habitat for Humanity is helping.

BCOM Beats
Students come out for a stress-busting evening of fun, friends, and good food on February 19.
The popular DO for a Day program will host a new group of future physicians on February 21.
Support the Student American Academy of Osteopathy on February 23 at the NMSU Bookstore's Panda Express.
A message from Dr. Joycelyn Elders courtesy of BCOM's National Student Medical Association.

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