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You're invited to join your classmates for an online Virtual Alumni Reunion to celebrate your milestone class reunion year. This memorable and meaningful time together will give you a unique opportunity to hear an update on your alma mater and connect with classmates to share stories new and old.
Join us on Saturday, April 25 for the Class of 2005 Reunion Dinner.
Make your reservations now and join your fellow alumni at our fourth annual reunion dinner.
Make your reservations now and join your fellow alumni at our third annual reunion dinner.
Join fellow Midwestern University alumni at a reunion dinner. All alumni are invited to attend; the Class of 2001 will be celebrating their ten year reunion and physician assistant alumni from 1997 to 2001 will be holding their first reunion! The College of Pharmacy – Glendale will be recognizing their inaugural class as well.
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In conjunction with the CDC guidance regarding community events and the COVID-19 virus, Midwestern University has elected to cancel this reception. Midwestern University appreciates your understanding and support as we take steps to protect our community’s health and safety.
Midwestern University students celebrated National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week in April with a variety of community service projects, educational events, and campus activities.
Students from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine (CCOM) are working to develop programs to enhance their networking and professional skills. The Student Osteopathic Medical Association’s (SOMA) Professional Development Committee on the Downers Grove Campus are offering a variety of virtual events to encourage first- and second-year medical students to develop in areas that extend beyond academia.
My research focuses on understanding the mechanisms of Ca2+ release from intracellular stores (i.e. sarco/endoplasmic reticulum; SR, ER) in excitable cells. Specifically, I am interested on defining the mechanisms by which the Ca2+ release units, formed by either ryanodine receptors (RyRs) or inositol-trisphosphate receptors (IP3R), operate in conjunction with the Ca2+ channels (DHPRs) located in the cell membrane. To this end, the functional attributes of Ca2+ release events are studied at the global (cellular Ca2+ transient), local (Ca2+ sparks, puffs, and waves), and molecular
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