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Still Magazine: Profiles

Dr. Hasse poses for a picture.

Dream maker

Cristin Haase, DMD, MPH, ’17, grew up in a small town in North Dakota. She is of the Lakota people and a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Last year, she graduated from ATSU-ASDOH […]

Posted In: Profiles
July 11, 2018
Dr. Fowler poses for a picture next to his wife and four kids.

Boot-healing

Not many health professionals start their career while on a hunting trip. For Luke Fowler, DMD, ’17, that’s exactly how it all began.

Posted In: Profiles
July 11, 2018
Five people pose for a picture. Dr. Lemaire is on the far left and Mayor Berkowitz is in the center.

Family first

For many people, foster care can be a challenging experience. For Timothy Lemaire, DO, ’16, it was life-changing. Dr. Lemaire, a Nevada native, was raised in a home where family values were everything.

Posted In: Profiles
July 11, 2018
Dr. Favor stands between two others, posing for a picture at an award ceremony.

An ear for healing

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly three out of every 1,000 children in the United States are born with a detectable level of hearing loss in one or both ears.

Posted In: Profiles
July 11, 2018
Dr. Danny McClure

Forging a new path

Before he became a physician, Danny McClure, DO, ’13, inspired by his Christian faith, took a medical mission trip to Cambodia. While abroad, he was amazed by the care his group was able to deliver.

Posted In: Profiles
December 7, 2017