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Ellen Tran, OMS II, stirs food in a pan.

Healthy blend

ATSU-SOMA holds first culinary medicine workshop As part of its Osteopathic Wellness Lifestyle (OWL) program, ATSU-SOMA held its first culinary medicine workshop Tuesday, June 5, on the Mesa, Arizona, campus. Student participants learned to blend […]

Posted In: Profiles
October 29, 2018
Dr. Blessing holds up a microscope slide.

The front line

Forensic pathologists are tasked with determining the cause and manner of death in sudden, unexpected, or violent deaths. They perform autopsies, analyze medical records and crime scene evidence, and talk to family members and law […]

Posted In: Profiles
October 29, 2018
Dr. Love and another dentist help a patient.

Do what you love

U.S. Air Force Capt. Mike Love, DMD, PHC, ’18, always knew he had to excel at something. Dr. Love’s younger sister, who seemingly excelled at everything, pushed him to aim high. Motivated by a speech […]

Posted In: Profiles
October 29, 2018
Kelly Boyce poses for a picture.

All it takes

Kelly Boyce, MS, ’16, knew she wanted to be an athletic trainer, but she didn’t know what steps to take to reach her goal. With a tenacious attitude and an inquisitive nature, she worked to […]

Posted In: Profiles
October 29, 2018
Dr. Turcillo stands at a podium.

A love for learning

From the streets of New Jersey to the shores of California, Dr. Turcillo’s journey to become an osteopathic physician began with his determination to learn. Growing up during the Great Depression in a cold water […]

Posted In: Profiles
October 29, 2018
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