How Barbara Ross-Lee Became a Role Model in Osteopathic Medicine
Though opportunities for black women in medicine were scarce when Barbara Ross-Lee started medical school nearly 40 years ago, she blazed a trail in osteopathic medicine and became a role model to a generation of Black female physicians.
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DO Students Assist with COVID-19 Vaccinations Throughout the US
Hundreds of medical students around the country have been wanting to put their training to the test amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
How a Daughter of Immigrants and First-Gen College Student Entered DO School
Kelly Bang, Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine, class of 2024, a daughter of immigrants and first-generation college student, talks about what pushed her to come back to school and pursue medicine.