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DO-PhD Physician Scientist Training Program Continued

Student Focus

Laur Harding at OMEDCongratulations to DO-PhD (Genetics) student Laura Harding. She won 1st place in research in the BIOM abstract competition (Bureau of International Osteopathic Medicine) at the recent OMED meeting in Anaheim, CA. The abstract is entitled "Use of region-specific human papillomavirus serotypes in improving cervical cancer prevention methods in Peru.”

Welcome to 12 new DO-PhD Students!

Incoming 2016 DO-PhD students

11  are in the MSU Bimolecular Sciences (BMS) PhD Program, 1 in the Anthropology PhD Program. L-R-back row: Luca Kaiser, David Broadbent, Mustafa Ahmadza, a MS2 MSUCOM transfer,  Athanasios KondilisErika Sarno, Soo Hun Yoon, Elliot Ensink, Front Row L-R: Ania Pathak, Lyndsey Reich,  Faryal Mir, Melissa Chavarria,in the Anthropology PhD Program, Alex Moauro. 

Darin Quach DO-PhD studentCONGRATULATIONS
to Darin Quach, PhD
Darin Quach, is a Microbiology & Molecular Biology PhD student who successfully defended his PhD Dissertation July 28, 2016,  entitled "Investigating the role of Lactobacillus reuteri and the Gut Microbiota in Bone Health".  Darin's major professor is Rob Britton, of Baylor Medical College, formerly of MSU. He begins clerkships at McLaren Greater Lansing in August and will graduate from the DO-PhD Program May 2018.

Upcoming Events and Seminars

HOLIDAY Party -  Dec 16   2016 -  11:30 to 1:00 pm - 3rd Floor  Lobby Holiday







Feb 15, 2017  Wednesday --6:00 pm - Room 162 Food Safety & Toxicology Medical Mysteries  B. Keith English, MD chairperson of the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development College of Human Medicine & Brian Nohomovich DO PhD student

Feb 27, 2017, Monday   Invited Speaker-
Carol D. Weiss, MD, PhD—FDA  Vaccines, Blood and Biologics Evaluating Viral Antigens and Antibody Neutralization for HIV/AIDS, Smallpox, and Influenza 

March 13, 2017, Monday, Kellogg Ct- Invited Speaker- Robert Siliciano, MD, PhD, Professor, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Department of Medicine; Molecular Biology and Genetics, Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences, and Biology, John Hopkins University 

April 10, 2017,  Thursday, Kellogg Ct - room tba-Invited Speaker – Kellogg & MSUCOM Distinguished Speaker Russell P. Saneto DO PhD   Pediatric Neurology.

 

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