Symposium keynote speaker
Adrienne Boissy, M.D., M.A., speaks on "A Call to Healing." 

Jacob Koopman, OMS III, is the first Heritage College student in the Eli Lilly & Co. Medical Student Rotation Program.


Art meets medicine in Dublin campus exhibit

One of the pieces featured in the SNAG exhibit.

In what organizers hope will be the start of an ongoing tradition, the Heritage College, Dublin, campus hosted an art exhibit in April that was a collaboration between the medical school campus and OHIO's College of Fine Arts. The exhibit included works in a variety of media, with themes ranging from psychological to environmental, medical to social. The artworks were created by students of the OHIO School of Art + Design, in a class taught by John Sabraw, M.F.A., professor of art and chair of painting and drawing. 

New regional data shared at Diabetes Summit

Diabetes Institute Executive Director Darlene Berryman, Ph.D., R.D., L.D., presents data from a regional needs assessment during the Diabetes Summit.
About 200 regional health care professionals, policy makers and educators gathered in Athens May 10 for the Diabetes Summit, sponsored by the Diabetes Institute. The event offered participants a first look at groundbreaking regional diabetes data from a needs assessment covering Athens, Hocking, Meigs, Morgan, Perry and Washington counties in Ohio, as well as Wood County, W.Va. Presenters shared insights into the impact diabetes is having in the region, the influences of the Appalachian culture on diabetes, and diabetes best practices in both clinical and community settings.

Clinical trials awareness information session
Tuesday, May 16
Noon - 1 p.m.
Athens - Grosvenor W111
Dublin - MEB1-415
Cleveland - SPS-243
Timothy Law Sr., D.O. ('94), M.B.A., assistant professor of family medicine and medical director for the Clinical and Translational Research Unit, will talk about the importance and challenges of conducting clinical trials, and a clinical volunteer will share his experiences. Bring your lunch and learn how you can get involved.

In the news
The Athens NEWS
May 8
The Athens NEWS
May 1
The Athens Messenger
April 28
Portsmouth Daily Times
April 25
Indiana Business Journal
April 24
Sinclair Broadcast Group
April 14
The Post
April 13
The Post
April 13
The DO
April 12
The DO
April 12
Inside Indiana Business
April 10
Internal Medicine News
April 2
New York Times
March 31
Columbus Dispatch
March 26
WOIO TV Cleveland
March 22
The Post
March 22
The Post
March 20
March 18
Alums in the news
Dan Jones II, D.O. ('06)
Herald-Star (Steubenville)
April 30
H. Stuart Edmiston, D.O. ('84)
Sidney Daily News
April 28
Michael Jordan, D.O. ('05)
Urbana Daily Citizen 
April 27
Mark Lamielle, D.O. ('87)
Tampa Bay Newswire 
April 21
Khai Vu, D.O. ('93)
The Herald-Dispatch (Huntington, W.Va.)
April 9

Watch an update on our Clinical Education Network 
On March 29 Robert Cain, D.O. ('88), associate dean for clinical education, spoke at a community forum about the evolution of our Clinical Education Network. Our relationships with partner hospitals are changing and growing to better suit today's health care environment, and Dr. Cain offered an update on what these relationships may look like in the near future. If you missed his informative presentation, or want to review it a second time, a video is available  here. An Ohio University ID is required for access.

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