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What medicine is all about

On an unusual September morning, medical student Kealoha Robinson dodged coconuts, narrowly missed boulders, and arrived terrified at her training hospital in American Samoa. She miraculously escaped injury in an earthquake and tsunami that left […]

Posted In: Headlines, Profiles
February 23, 2010

Provost: Growth is steady, stable

ATSU-Arizona Provost Craig Phelps, D.O., ’84, and Associate Provost Ted Wendel, Ph.D., welcomed faculty and staff to the annual Provost’s Address held October 28 on ATSU’s Arizona campus. Dr. Phelps highlighted some of the year’s […]

Posted In: Headlines, Hot Sheet
February 23, 2010

SOMA student saves a life

SOMA student James Simmons, OMS III, was recognized in November with the A.T. Still University Above and Beyond Award for his quick thinking and heroic action, which saved the life of a Bellevue, Wash., man. […]

Posted In: Headlines, Hot Sheet
February 23, 2010

ATSU volunteers care for rock ‘n’ roll runners

Runners in the 2010 P.F. Chang’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon on January 17 who needed medical assistance found themselves in good hands, as close to 150 of the approximately 700 medical volunteers for this year’s race […]

Posted In: Faculty & Staff Headlines, Student Headlines
January 28, 2010
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