ATSU’s distinguished past is one of compassion and perseverance. [...]
From the very beginning of ATSU’s history, women have stood shoulder to shoulder with [...]
Two white males in their 40s present lower back pain to the same physician [...]
The lines that divide healthcare professions are blurring. ATSU is working to make interprofessional [...]
For 11 years, Lee Le worked as a police officer in Dallas, Texas. He became accustomed to the lifestyle of protecting and serving others.
Homelessness is a major concern nationwide. On the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, the homeless population is estimated at 6,000.
Nafiseh Haghgoo, DO, ’14, was 6 years old when she knew she wanted to be a physician.
In 2004, changes in workers’ compensation legislation forced Erik Salley, PT, DPT, MA, OCS, Cert. MDT, ’14, to shut down his physical therapy practice in Ontario, California.
First-generation U.S. citizen Mai-Ly Duong, DMD, MPH, ’12, like many health professionals, pursued dentistry simply to help others.
Joyce Scott, DO, ’94, thought she was a “nobody from nowhere going no place.”
This edition of Still Magazine celebrates our 125th anniversary and thanks the countless advocates of ATSU and osteopathic medical education.Read more
1950s Julian Gershon, DO, ’52, Englewood, Florida, retired at age 92 after practicing medicine for 64 years.Read more
ATSU Tom Bowles, network analyst, network technologies, received the Missouri campus fitness award for the third quarter of 2016.Read more
Community health has been a long-term priority for ATSU. From its mission statement to its service projects, the University seeks to improve the wellness of communities in which it serves.Read more