1. The Association of American Medical
Colleges (AAMC) will be hosting a webinar, "What Every Pre-Med Student
Needs to Know: AAMC's Fee Assistance Program and Paying for Medical
School", on Thursday, January 22, 2015 and on Wednesday, January 28.
2. The University of
Maryland College Park, School of
Public Health Summer Training and Research (UM*STAR) program is designed to
provide traditionally under- represented and disadvantaged undergraduate
students with 2 consecutive summers of a 10-week research training and career
STAT===, News from the Association of American Medical Colleges, January 12,
Yale University (New Haven, CT) will be hosting the
12th annual Global Health & Innovation Conference, presented
by Unite For Sight.
5. The University of
Miami (FL) Public Health Graduate Programs announce
an Open House reception on January 20, 2015.
6. Shelby County offers a behind-the-scenes look at how
county government works with its Shelby County Government Citizen’s
7. The Ohio
University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine will again host
the Summer Scholars Program.
Des Moines University is now accepting
applications for its 3-week summer Health Professions Advanced Summer
Program, geared toward rising sophomores and juniors from populations
underrepresented in medicine and health care.
9. Case Western Reserve
University (Cleveland, OH) School of Medicine announces its list of Summer
2015 Undergraduate Research Opportunities.
10. The University of Wisconsin-Madison Native
American Center for Health Professions (NACHP) and partners are offering a
unique multi-day workshop for pre-health Native American students who are
planning to apply to medical school within the next two years.
Osteopathic Association and American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic
Medicine join the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
12. The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis is
currently accepting applications for its innovative Master of Public Health
Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (Guadalajara,
Mexico) School of Medicine offers a summer Medical Spanish course.
Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Order Form for
Publications: 2015 Osteopathic Medical
College Information Book, and Glossary of Osteopathic Terminology: Revised April 2009.
of Osteopathic Medicine: Locations and
1. The Association of
American Medical Colleges (AAMC) will be hosting a webinar, "What Every Pre-Med Student Needs to Know:
AAMC's Fee Assistance Program and Paying for Medical School", on Thursday,
January 22, 2015 and on Wednesday, January 28.
January 22, 2015, 3 to 4 p.m., and Wednesday, January 28, 9 to 10 a.m., the
Association of American Medical Colleges will be hosting a webinar entitled "What
Every Pre-Med Student Needs to Know: AAMC's Fee Assistance Program and Paying
for Medical School". I will set
up the Thursday, January 22 webinar in one of the rooms in AH (TBA) for us to
attend and listen.
Please see below:
The AAMC Pre-Med Outreach team invites you and your advisees
to learn about the AAMC's 2015 Fee Assistance Program and options for financing
medical school at our upcoming webinars and Twitter chat.
These two FREE one-hour webinars and a Twitter chat will
occur this month. We will talk about:
- The 2015 Fee
Assistance Program application process, eligibility requirements, and
for borrowing smart to minimize your educational debt
- Actions you
can take as a pre-med student to help your financial situation later
financial literacy tools available via the AAMC's FIRST program
- Benefits of
using the MedLoans Organizer and Calculator
as a medical student
- And much
Join us and make sure to bring your questions for the 30
minute Q&A session at the end of each webinar or just tweet at us
during the Twitter chat.
"What Every Pre-Med Student Needs to Know: AAMC's Fee Assistance
Program and Paying for Medical School"
These sessions are identical, please sign up for one.
"#askAAMC: AAMC's Fee Assistance Program
and Paying for Medical School"
Wednesday, January 28, 2015,
Join the conversation by tweeting
us at @AAMCPreMed and including #askAAMC
in your question. You can tune in by searching the #askAAMC
hashtag if you do not have a Twitter account.
Please share this information with your advisees.
We look forward to answering your questions about options
for financing medical school and about the 2015 Fee Assistance Program!
We hope to talk to you and your advisees soon!
The AAMC Pre-Med Team
University of Maryland College
Park, School of Public Health Summer Training and Research (UM*STAR) program
is designed to provide traditionally under- represented and disadvantaged
undergraduate students with 2 consecutive summers of a 10-week research
training and career development program.
From: UM STAR Information
[UMSTAR-INFO@LISTSERV.UMD.EDU] on behalf of UMSTAR Team [umstar@UMD.EDU]
Sent: Friday, January 09, 2015 11:21 AM
Subject: [UMSTAR-INFO] University of Maryland Summer
The University of Maryland, College Park, School of Public
Health Summer Training and Research (UM*STAR) program is designed to provide
traditionally under- represented and disadvantaged undergraduate students
with 2 consecutive summers of a 10-week research training and career
development program. The program’s goal is to enhance trainees’ potential to
become a biomedical or behavioral scientist in research areas relevant to
preventing and treating cardiovascular disease.
Students will receive high quality undergraduate
research experience, faculty mentoring, career development and research
ethics training, as well as a $4,000 stipend and paid on-campus housing.
In order to be eligible, students should be a sophomore
or Junior with a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA, come from an under-represented
minority group, disadvantaged
background, or have a disability, desire a PhD in biomedical or bio-
behavioral sciences, and be willing to commit to the program for 2
Interested students can visit www.sph.umd.edu/KNES/STAR/html
or contact the program coordinator directly at email@example.com.
===AAMC STAT===, News from the Association of
American Medical Colleges, January 12, 2015 edition.
News from the Association of American Medical Colleges
January 12, 2015
2015 AAMC Fee Assistance
Program Now Open
The 2015 application cycle for the AAMC Fee
Assistance Program is now open, and has been updated to reflect new
requirements to better aid individuals who are awarded fee assistance. Beginning
this year, the program is open to applicants with Deferred
Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, a change that reflects the
growing number of institutions that are opening doors to students with DACA
status. The program requires that applicants include financial information
for all living parents and allows them to use their award for up to two
years without reapplying.
New Microscopic Anatomy
Collection Available on MedEdPORTAL
A new collection
available on the iCollaborative in MedEdPORTAL features approximately 1,400 images,
including slides of human histology and electron microscopy that have been
used and evaluated for teaching students and graduates in the medical,
dental, and biological sciences curriculum, as well as in the School for
Laboratory Technicians. This resource, curated by Radboud
University Medical Centre in The Netherlands over the last 50 years, offers
a selection of the best material on essentially normal human organ
histology, or microscopic anatomy, as well as examples of histopathology
used in the medical curriculum.
AAMC Webinar on Teaching
Population Health Curricula in Medical Education
On Jan. 26, the AAMC will host a webinar on innovative ways to
teach foundational population health curricula for biostatistics and
epidemiology. The webinar will highlight curriculum models used at Harvard
Medical School and Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New
Orleans to improve medical student training in population sciences. Medical
faculty, public health professionals, curriculum deans, and learners are
invited to participate in the webinar and submit questions for a Q&A
session following the presentation. Click here
Call for Abstracts for 2015
Integrating Quality Meeting
The AAMC is now accepting abstracts
for the 2015 Integrating Quality Meeting in Chicago. The 7th annual meeting
will be held June 11-12, and targets clinical and education leadership, as
well as faculty, trainees, and students from academic medical centers,
teaching hospitals, health professions schools, and other health care
organizations that are implementing programs to improve value, quality, and
patient safety. Proposals are now being accepted for presentations,
interactive workshops, and posters in several topic areas, including
improving value through clinical transformation and implementation science,
innovations in medical education and health professions training,
team-based and interprofessional approaches to
quality, value, and patient safety, and more. Proposals must be submitted
by Jan. 30 before midnight ET.
Academic Medicine Introduces "New Conversations"
The journal Academic
Medicine has introduced a new feature to showcase throughout
the year a variety of creative perspectives on the effects of health reform
and the Affordable Care Act. Editor-in-Chief David Sklar,
M.D., introduced the "New Conversations" question in his January editorial,
asking "What are the present and future impacts of current health care
reform efforts on medical education, health care delivery, and research at
academic health centers, and what effects might such reforms have on the
overall health of communities?" The first contribution
is from former Sen. Tom Daschle. Responses to the question are accepted on
a rolling basis and may take the form of any type of journal submission.
On the Move
John J. Reilly Jr., M.D., has been named
dean of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and the university's
vice chancellor for health affairs, effective April 1. Reilly is currently
the Jack D. Myers Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine at the
University of Pittsburgh. He succeeds Richard D. Krugman, M.D., who has
served as dean since 1990.
David Anderson, M.D., FRCPC, has been appointed
as dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia,
Canada, effective July 1. Anderson has been with
the Faculty of Medicine for more than 20 years and previously served as
head of the Department of Medicine.
4. Yale University
(New Haven, CT) will be hosting the 12th annual Global Health
& Innovation Conference, presented by Unite For Sight.
University announces the upcoming 12th annual Global
Health & Innovation Conference at Yale on March 28-29, 2015. We would
appreciate it if you can please forward this announcement to your students
and colleagues who may be interested in participating. We are also currently
accepting social enterprise abstracts for presentation, as well as
applications for the $10,000 and $5,000 GHIC Innovation Prize. Please feel free
to let me know if you have any questions. I so very much hope to see you and
your students and colleagues at the conference in March!
Global Health & Innovation Conference
Presented by Unite For Sight, 12th Annual
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Saturday, March 28 - Sunday, March 29, 2015
"A Meeting of Minds"--CNN
Global Health & Innovation Conference is the world's largest global
health conference and social entrepreneurship conference. This
must-attend, thought-leading conference annually convenes 2,200 leaders, changemakers, students, and professionals from all fields
of global health, international development, and social
entrepreneurship. Register by January 20th to secure the lowest
registration rate: http://www.uniteforsight.org/conference
in presenting at the conference? Submit
a social enterprise pitch abstract for consideration. Present your
early-stage idea, program, or organization to the audience, and then receive
guidance, advice, and mentoring from an expert panel. The GHIC
Innovation Prize offers two cash awards in the amounts of $10,000 and
$5,000 to the two best social enterprise pitches.
Speakers: Engage with 250 speakers in lectures, panels,
workshops, and mentoring sessions. See the complete
list of conference speakers as well as the conference
schedule. The keynote speakers include:
Project Runway Teaches Us About Creativity, Discomfort and
Entrepreneurial Success," Ned Breslin, Chief
Executive Officer, Water For People
in the Age of Climate Change," Gary Cohen, President and
Co-Founder, Health Care Without Harm
Sachs, PhD, Director of Earth Institute, Columbia
University; Quetelet Professor of Sustainable
Development, Professor of Health Policy and Management, Columbia
University; Special Advisor to Secretary-General of the United Nations
- Sonia Ehrlich
MD, MPH, Director of Health, Millennium Village Project, Earth
Institute, Columbia University
the complete list of 250 conference
5. The University
of Miami (FL) Public Health Graduate Programs announce
an Open House reception on January 20, 2015.
OF MIAMI OPEN HOUSE INVITATION
Tuesday, January 20th at 5:30 PM
1120 NW 14th Street, Miami, FL
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County offers a behind-the-scenes look at how county government works
with its Shelby County Government Citizen’s
The Shelby County Government Citizen's University
Members of the CBU Community are invited to participate in the next
session of the Shelby County Citizens’ University, beginning January
22 and continuing through April 16. The Shelby County Mayor's Office is
now accepting applications.
"Citizens get a behind the scenes look at how county
government works and how their tax dollars are spent," says Mayor
Mark H. Luttrell, Jr.
The twelve-week course will be held on Thursday evenings
from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at various county facilities.
• Chief Administrative Officer/Administration
and Finance/Information Technology
• Community Services
• Health Department
• Planning and Development
• Public Works
• Public Affairs
• County Attorney/Public Defender/Divorce Referee
• Office of Preparedness
• Elected Officials (Trustee, Sheriff, County
Clerk, Assessor, County Commission)
• Shelby County Election Commission
Shelby County Citizens’ University (SCCU)
January 22, 2015 – April 16, 2015
Class Schedule: The classes are on Thursday nights from 6:00 p.m.
- 8:00 p.m. for 12 weeks. You will be allowed three absences during the
program. If you miss more than three times, you will not be allowed to
Application Due: January 16, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.
Sign up online at http://www.shelbycountytn.gov/FormCenter/Mayors-Form-21/Citizens-University-Application-200
7. The Ohio University Heritage College of
Osteopathic Medicine will again
host the Summer Scholars Program.
The Ohio University Heritage
College of Osteopathic Medicine will again host the Summer
Scholars Program. The Summer Scholars program is a tremendous academic experience for underrepresented, or educationally or
economically disadvantaged students to grow personally and be challenged
professionally on the OU-HCOM campus. The program replicates what will
be experienced in the first year of medical school
at OU-HCOM. Courses, taught by OU-HCOM faculty, include gross anatomy
(with cadaver dissection), histology, immunology, biochemistry, integrated
biomedical sciences, an introduction to case based learning (CBL), and
workshops dealing with the admission process, time management and many other
experiences relevant to the medical school experience.
The Summer Scholars Program is five
weeks in length and includes room and board, a living allowance,
travel expenses, and the potential for a guaranteed interview for the
entering class at the medical school. Detailed information, eligibility
requirements, and application materials can be obtained by going to the Summer Scholars web site at http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu/SummerScholars/
The deadline for application is March 1, 2015.
Please encourage your students to take advantage of this
tremendous opportunity. If you have any questions about the program, please
do not hesitate to contact the OU-HCOM Office of Admissions at 800-345-1560.
John D. Schriner, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean, Admissions
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Medicine
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
102 Grosvenor Hall
Athens, Ohio 45701
8. Des Moines University is
now accepting applications for its 3-week summer Health Professions Advanced
Summer Program, geared toward rising sophomores and juniors from populations
underrepresented in medicine and health care.
Des Moines University is now accepting applications for
our 3-week summer Health
Professions Advanced Summer Scholars program! Health P.A.S.S. is geared
toward rising sophomores and juniors from populations underrepresented in medicine
and health care, including under-represented minority, low-income and/or
first-generation college students. The program provides participants
with perspectives on what it is like to be a student in osteopathic medicine,
podiatric medicine, physical therapy, and physician assistant studies.
DMU covers all costs for participants, including housing, meals, and
transportation. Enrollment is limited to 12 students, and applications
are due February 15, 2015. If you have students who would benefit from our
program, please spread the word!
The program will be held June 8 – 26, 2015 in Des Moines,
Iowa. View our Health
P.A.S.S. video for a recap on the student experience.
Director of Admissions & Recruitment
3200 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa 50312
9. Case Western
Reserve University (Cleveland, OH) School of Medicine announces its list
of Summer 2015 Undergraduate Research Opportunities.
Greetings from the CWRU School of Medicine Admissions
We would like to share with you our list of Summer 2015
Undergraduate Research Opportunities at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. CWRU is
also a site for SMDEP.
We hope that you’ll pass this message along to your advisees!
Undergraduate Summer Research Link: http://casemed.case.edu/admissions/research/summer_programs.cfm
Specific questions about a research opportunity should
be sent directly to the program’s office.
Lina Mehta, MD
Associate Dean for
Director of Admissions
Mr. Christian Essman, Director
School of Medicine
Case Western Reserve University
Follow @CaseMedAdmiss on Twitter, Facebook
10. The University of
Wisconsin-Madison Native American Center for Health Professions (NACHP)
and partners are offering a unique multi-day workshop for pre-health Native
American students who are planning to apply to medical school within the next
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Native American Center
for Health Professions (NACHP) and partners are offering a unique multi-day
workshop for pre-health Native American students who are planning to apply to
medical school within the next two years. During this workshop students will
learn application tips, meet faculty and staff, and learn more about
research, funding, and career advancement opportunities available to Native
students. Workshop will be held on March 27-28, 2015 at the University of
Applications can be found at: http://bit.ly/1AJLDl7
(Along with submitting this workshop application please also submit a copy of
all college and university transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org
with a subject line of Great Lakes Native American Medical School Applicant
Workshop.) APPLICATIONS DUE: February 1, 2015
Simone Gbolo, M.A., M.Ed.
Director, Pipeline Programs
Medical School Office of Admissions
Input | Intellection | Futuristic | Achiever | Developer
11. American Osteopathic Association and
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine join the
Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
ACGME - Nancy Brennan
AOA – Sheridan Chaney
AACOM – Lisa Cole
AMERICAN OSTEOPATHIC ASSOCIATION AND AMERICAN
ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE JOIN THE ACCREDITATION
COUNCIL FOR GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
Move Achieves Key Milestone in Aligning Residency
Program Accreditation for MD, DO Physicians
January 14, 2015
– The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
announced today that the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) are now
ACGME member organizations. The measure took effect January 1 and
is a critical step toward implementation of a single accreditation system
for all graduate medical education (GME) programs in the U.S.
accreditation system will allow graduates of allopathic (MD) and
osteopathic (DO) medical schools to complete their residency and/or
fellowship education in ACGME-accredited programs and demonstrate
achievement of common Milestones and competencies. Currently, the
ACGME and AOA maintain separate accreditations systems for allopathic and
osteopathic educational programs.
Election of new
members to the ACGME Board of Directors nominated by AOA and AACOM
accompanies the establishment of member organization status, and is part
of the agreement reached in early 2014 by the three organizations.
undertaking was driven by a shared desire to align GME structures and
standards to improve public health, said Thomas Nasca,
MD, MACP, chief executive officer of ACGME.
The partnership has
the enthusiastic support of the other ACGME member organizations: the
American Medical Association, American Hospital Association, Association
of American Medical Colleges, American Board of Medical Specialties and
Council of Medical Specialty Societies.
“We welcome leaders
from the American Osteopathic Association and the American Association of
Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine to the ACGME as Member Organizations.
Together, we are one step closer to helping to meet the health and health
care needs of the American Public,” said Dr. Nasca.
Rapid growth in
osteopathic medicine fostered an integration of DO and MD training in
recent years. Of nearly 5,000 DO graduates seeking residencies in 2014, 45
percent entered ACGME programs, according to AOA President Robert S. Juhasz, DO, FACOI, FACP who noted that MDs and DOs
are already accustomed to working side-by-side.
“The single GME
system responds to the dynamic growth and interest in osteopathic medicine,
but more importantly it ensures broad access to training for all current
and future physicians,” said Dr. Juhasz, who
also serves as president of Cleveland Clinic’s South Pointe Hospital. “We
are very pleased with the progress we’ve made with the ACGME to create a
single GME accreditation system that standardizes training, promotes
efficiencies and helps ensure the quality and safety of health care
delivery in this country.”
Beginning July 1,
2015, AOA-accredited programs will begin a five-year transition to ACGME
accreditation. Osteopathic standards will be added to ACGME standards to
define osteopathic programs, and MDs and DOs will remain eligible for all
“We are very pleased
to be joining the ACGME as a Member Organization to support the
implementation of a single accreditation system for GME,” said Stephen C.
Shannon, DO, MPH, president of AACOM. “Standardizing requirements for
accrediting the training programs for all physicians in the U.S. is an
important step in strengthening the postdoctoral education process and
ensuring that the next generation of physicians is equipped to deliver
quality health services to patients.”
organizations, AOA and AACOM will be integrated into governance and
operations of the ACGME. Four osteopathic physicians have been elected to
the Board of Directors, two nominated by the AOA and two by AACOM.
- Karen J. Nichols, DO, MA,
is dean of the Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic
Medicine. She is a past president of the AOA and was vice chair of
AACOM’s Board of Deans until resigning from that board to accept
- David Forstein,
is a reproductive endocrinologist and residency program director at
Greenville Health System in South Carolina, where he also serves as
vice chair for clinical affairs in the Department of Obstetrics and
- Gary Slick, DO, MACOI,
is a medical director at the Osteopathic Medical Education
Consortium of Oklahoma (OMECO), director of medical education at
OMECO Teaching Health Centers, and professor of internal medicine at
OSU Center for Health Sciences.
- Clinton Adams, DO, FACHE is a professor of family
medicine, the senior advisor for strategic leadership and external
affairs, and formerly vice president of clinical affairs and dean at
the Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic
Medicine of the Pacific.
Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) is a private,
non-profit, professional organization responsible for the accreditation
of approximately 9,600 residency and fellowship programs and
approximately 700 institutions that sponsor these programs in the United
States. Residency and fellowship programs educate over 120,000 resident
physicians in 128 specialties and subspecialties. The ACGME’s mission is
to improve health care by assessing and advancing the quality of resident
physicians’ education through accreditation.
About the AOA
Osteopathic Association (AOA) represents more than 104,000
osteopathic physicians (DOs) and osteopathic medical students; promotes
public health; encourages scientific research; serves as the primary
certifying body for DOs; is the accrediting agency for osteopathic
medical schools; and has federal authority to accredit hospitals and
other health care facilities. The AOA accredits more than 1,000
osteopathic GME programs with about 6,900 DO resident physicians.
More information on DOs/osteopathic medicine can be found at www.osteopathic.org.
Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) was founded
in 1898 to support and assist the nation's osteopathic medical schools,
and to serve as a unifying voice for osteopathic medical education.
AACOM’s mission is to provide leadership for the osteopathic medical
education community by promoting excellence in medical education,
research and service, and by fostering innovation and quality across the
continuum of osteopathic medical education to improve the health of the
American public. AACOM represents the 30 accredited colleges of
osteopathic medicine in the U.S., which are accredited to deliver
instruction at 42 teaching locations in 28 states. In the 2014-15
academic year, these colleges are educating over 24,600 future physicians
– more than 25 percent of new first-year U.S. medical students. Six of
the colleges are public, and 24 are private institutions.
Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine
5550 Friendship Boulevard, Suite 310, Chevy Chase, MD 20815-7231
P 301.968.4100 -- F 301.968.4101
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12. The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
is currently accepting applications for its innovative Master of Public
School at Washington University in St. Louis is currently accepting
applications for its innovative Master of Public Health program. Noted for
its unique Transdisciplinary
Problem-Solving classes and outstanding research opportunities, our
program connects your advisees with distinguished leaders in the field of
public health. Students like Doneisha
Snider, MPH '14, are attracted by opportunities to work closely with
highly regarded faculty and in numerous Brown School research centers.
Students can choose one of four
Through our dual-degree programs
students can simultaneously pursue an MPH and a Master of Social Work (MSW)
or a Master of Business Administration (MBA).
We have a rolling admissions
policy, but for priority consideration for admission and scholarships,
students should apply by March 1.
If you have advisees who might
like to learn more about working across disciplines to address the world's
most pressing public health concerns? Please share this email and
encourage them to attend the SOPHAS Virtual Fair on January 21st! Admissions Counselors
from many schools, including Washington University in St. Louis, will be available
to answer your questions from 9am to 5pm (CST) that day. For
more information or to register, please click HERE.
Katina R. Truman | Director of
Admissions & Recruitment
The Brown School | Washington
University in St. Louis
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For more information: MPH.wustl.edu | MSW.wustl.edu
13. The Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Mexico) School
of Medicine offers a summer Medical Spanish course.
My name is Jose Izquierdo,
and I am the new UAG School of Medicine student advisor representing your
I would like to inform you about our summer Medical Spanish Courses at
the UAG School of Medicine. We offer four classes during the summer.
Should three or more of your students sign up for
the same class, we offer a $100 discount for each
student. Please feel free to share this information with your students.
always, do not hesitate to contact me for more information. If you should
have any questions, simply reply to this e-mail or call me at
School of Medicine
© Copyright 2014
- Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara
14. American Association
of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Order Form for Publications: 2015 Osteopathic Medical College
Information Book, and Glossary of Osteopathic Terminology: Revised April 2009.
15. Colleges of
Osteopathic Medicine: Locations and