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There is a very artistic side to dentistry. You have to have left-brain ability to create something that wasn't there before (like a crown).
The Midwestern University community is responding to the coronavirus crisis in extraordinary ways. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are working on the front lines caring for patients, serving our community, helping others, developing treatments, and improving testing options.
Leslie Easley, D.O., FACOI, a 2007 graduate from the Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, had a good feeling about the possibilities that her colleague Dr. Judy Wu’s photo represented. It was a feeling she embraced – the insight, the inspiration that practicing medicine always provided her even in the most challenging times.
Protocols for University Facilities
This program offers a fun and comprehensive learning experience about the diverse career paths in pharmacy from expert pharmacy faculty and researchers.
On the morning of Friday, March 16, students from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine gathered to open a letter. In Glendale, it's sunny and mild. In Wrigleyville, it's chilly. But in both locations, a collection of deceptively unremarkable envelopes contains long-anticipated news of these students' medical futures.
As part of the Interdisciplinary Healthcare course, students break into interprofessional groups to learn about others’ professions.
The University created the Institute for Healthcare Innovation, a new multidisciplinary research center spanning both Midwestern University campuses.
Confirmed Cases of COVID-19
The Office of Student Financial Services takes responsibility in providing students with information about federal, state, and private financial assistance
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