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2023 Wiregrass District Science Fair Winners

4th & 5th Grades

4th & 5th Grade Overall Best in Show Best in Show: Lighter Struts – Noah Creel, Collier Nowell Highlands Elementary
Individual – First Place: 5,6,7,8, How do these cleaning products rate? – Annie Precise – Mulkey Elementary School
Individual – Second Place: False Winter – Hatcher Jones – Slocomb Elementary
Individual – Third Place: Keeping Fresh Fruit – Elizabeth Miller – Mulkey Elementary
Individual – Honorable Mention:  Nice and Smooth – Ava Grace Flowers – Kelly Springs Elementary
Individual – Best Overall Presentation: Presentation 5,6,7,8, How do these cleaning products rate? – Annie Precise – Mulkey Elementary
Group – First Place: Lighter Struts – Noah Creel, Collier – Nowell Highlands Elementary
Group – Second Place: Which Produces the Biggest Bubble? – Wallis Segrest, Quinn Bennett, Kylie Reeder – Slocomb Elementary
Group – Third Place: Homopolar Motor – Kannyn Pannell, Ally Singletary – Kelly Springs Elementary
Group – Honorable Mention: Keeping it Cool – Bryant Fulford, Leyton Cotton – Mulkey Elementary
Group – Best Overall Presentation: Lighter Struts – Noah Creel, Collier Nowell – Highlands Elementary
Group – Best Overall Presentation: Which Produces the Biggest Bubble? – Wallis Segrest, Quinn Bennett, Kylie Reeder – Slocomb Elementary

6th – 12th Grades

Best in Show: How can a hydraulic jack lift 6 tons? – Abby Skinner – Houston Academy

Animal, Plant, Computational, and Bioinformatics Sciences

1st: Bug Off – Devin Flowers – Dothan Preparatory Academy
2nd: What Soil Will Grow the Best Plants? – Baylor Downing – Highlands Elementary School
3rd: Color Coding – Mary Kate Gowen – Dothan Preparatory Academy

Behavioral and Social Sciences

1st: Rock-Paper-Scissors: Luck or Skill? – Connor Caputo – Highlands Elementary
2nd: Can a bearded dragon be trained to recognize color or sound? – Liam McDonald – Houston Academy
3rd: Does Music Effect Memory? – Parker Leggett, Myhlen Ortiz – Carver MST

Cell, Molecular, Microbiology & Biochemistry

1st: Teeth vs. Surgary Drinks – Bryleigh Sikora – Kelly Springs
2nd: Should You Drink It? Water testing – Lorali Smith – Houston Academy
3rd: Comparing microorganism growth from water sources – Daijah Denson – Dothan HS

Chemistry

1st: Pucker Up – June Haynie – Highlands
2nd (tie): Which milk type freezes ice cream into the best consistency? – Jane Nichols, Olivia Watkins – Carver MST
2nd (tie): The effect of Paper Type on a paper airplane’s performance – Sophitia Carthon – Carver MST
3rd: The Chemistry of Makeup – Avery Steensland – Houston Academy

Engineering Technology: Statics and Dynamics

1st: How can a hydraulic jack lift 6 tons? – Abby Skinner – Houston Academy
2nd: The Velocitater – Kylie Davis, Judith Palmer, Madelynn Halsell – Carver 9th Grade
3rd: Ocusus – Lachan Owens, Peyton Sidwell – Highlands

Material Sciences & Energy: Sustainable Materials & Design

1st: Is Bounty the real “Quicker Picker Upper?” – Ian Pich – Houston Academy
2nd: Drip, Drip… – Zoe Visser-Palacious, Eloise Helvie – Highlands Elementary
3rd: A Battery that Makes Cents – Levi Sexton Kelly – Springs Elementary

Earth and Environmental Sciences & Environmental Engineering

1st: Keep Blowing – Chynna Clark – Highlands Elementary School
2nd: Trash It or Flush It – Iysa Duddy – Highlands Elementary School
3rd: Bacteria in Water – Britney Cazares – Kelly Spring Elementary School

Medicine, Health & Translational Medical Science

1st: Liquids vs. Tooth Enamel – Gabrielle Saffold – Morris Slingluff Elementary School
2nd: Don’t Get Caught Germy Handed – Catherine Hathaway – Kelly Springs Elementary School
3rd: Sugar Shocker – Ethan Pemberton – Houston Academy

Physics, Astronomy & Mathematics

1st: How fabric denier affects fall time of a parachute – Greyson Marker – Houston Academy
2nd: Effects of Air Pressure on a Ball – Nathan Dowd – Highlands Elementary School
3rd (tie): The Real Veloci Factor – Greer Collins – Houston Academy
3rd (tie): Which dance shoe can you turn best in? – Libby Price – Houston Academy

Robotic Systems & Communication Technology

1st: Keyboard Conundrum – Chad Snell – Highlands Elementary School
2nd: Virtual Reality v. Heart Rate – Eli Daugherty – Highlands Elementary School
3rd: Brush Robot – Jaida Fitzpatrick, Aaliyah Godwin, Skylar Harris – Selma Street Elementary School

Bio-Medical Engineering

1st: Lung Capacity of Sports Players – Ivory McGriff – Houston Academy

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2023 Wiregrass District Science Fair Winners2023-01-31T16:10:17-06:00

Mark Stewart named director of Marketing for Southeast Health system

Southeast Health is pleased to announce that Mark Stewart has been named director of Marketing for the health system.

In his new duties, Mark will be responsible for marketing the Medical Center, Medical Group, Foundation, Statera and the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM), as well as continuing to oversee Print Services and the Mail Center.

Mark has more than 32 years of experience in the communications field. He joined the Southeast Health Medical Center team as Public Relations coordinator in 2001. He was named director of Public Relations and Print Services in 2003. He added interim director of Communications and Marketing at ACOM in July 2022 to his Medical Center duties. Prior to that, he was an award-winning journalist and editor with Media General newspapers.

Mark earned his Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations from Troy University in Troy, Alabama. In 2017, he was recognized nationally as a Top Hospital Marketer of the Year by DTC Perspectives, Inc., for a stroke awareness campaign. The award recognizes marketers from hospitals and other healthcare facilities who drive innovation and work towards better patient health outcomes. He is also a past president of the Alabama Hospital Association’s Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Society.

When not working, Mark enjoys spending time with his family and broadcasting local high school sports on the radio.

Mark Stewart named director of Marketing for Southeast Health system2023-01-26T17:52:12-06:00

ACOM names advisory board of community leaders

Dothan, Ala. – The Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) recently established an advisory board to offer a community leadership perspective to the ACOM Board of Directors concerning the strategic direction of the college and to serve as a liaison to the community.

The volunteer advisory board members, who will offer assistance in a consultative capacity, have been asked to serve at the invitation of ACOM Dean, James C. Jones, DO, FACEP. The advisory board’s inaugural meeting will be scheduled for January.

ACOM, academic division of the Southeast Health system, welcomed its first class in 2013. Currently, a total of 886 physicians have graduated from ACOM, with 62% choosing to practice in primary care.

The success of ACOM can be attributed to many people, including strong support from the community. Since its inception, the ACOM faculty, staff and students have been embraced by the city of Dothan and the Wiregrass.

“The ACOM Board of Directors understands the importance of this college as it strives to address the shortage of physicians in underserved parts of our area,” said John McDaniel, chairman of the ACOM Board of Directors. “We also want to make sure the community remains engaged by being invested in the continued future success of ACOM.”

The advisory board will continue to expand awareness of osteopathic medicine. In addition, its members will serve as ambassadors for ACOM and provide an external perspective to enhance the college’s role as a leader in producing the next generation of osteopathic physicians.

The nine-member board is comprised of accomplished educators and business leaders who bring tremendous experience from academia and industry.

The inaugural advisory board members are:

External Members:

  • William Admire, DO, vice president and chief medical officer for the Mobile Infirmary and North Baldwin Infirmary
  • Dwight Gamble, chairman, president, and CEO of HNB First Bank in Headland
  • Don Jeffrey, PhD, vice chancellor, Troy University-Dothan Campus
  • Brad Kimbro, chief operating officer of Wiregrass Electric Cooperative
  • Zel Thomas, PhD, superintendent of Enterprise City Schools
  • Velma Tribue, retired owner of Velma J. Tribue, State Farm Insurance Agency

Internal Members:

  • Carmen Lewis, PhD, MBA, vice president, ACOM Institutional Effectiveness division
  • John McDaniel, chairman, ACOM board of directors
  • Audrey A. Vasauskas, PhD, ACOM director of Research and Grant Development and
    associate professor of Physiology

 

“We are pleased to have the wisdom of such an outstanding group of community leaders on this advisory board,” said Dr. Jones. “This board will play an important role in addressing the future healthcare and wellness needs of the Wiregrass and beyond.”

ACOM names advisory board of community leaders2023-01-26T18:00:19-06:00

Dr. Amelon joins the ACOM Ashford clinic

DOTHAN, Ala. – Southeast Health and the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) are pleased to announce that Mitzi C. Amelon, DO, board-certified in Family Medicine, has joined the ACOM Ashford Clinic medical team.

Dr. Amelon, who has practiced for 30 years, came to Dothan earlier this fall to join the ACOM faculty as assistant professor of Family Medicine. Prior to coming to Dothan, she was in Edinburgh, Indiana, where she provided family practice, urgent care and rapid response for a federal government contractor taking care of Afghan evacuees as part of Operation Allies Welcome at Camp Atterbury.

Dr. Amelon earned her medical degree from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in East Lansing, Michigan. She completed her internship in Family Medicine at Garden City Osteopathic Hospital in Garden City, Michigan. She did her Family Practice Residency at Garden City Osteopathic Hospital/Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

The ACOM Ashford Clinic is managed by the Southeast Health Medical Group with clinical support provided through the medical college. The clinic’s medical director is Justin G. Hovey, MD, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. The clinic also allows ACOM medical students a hands-on patient experience in a rural clinic setting.

Dr. Amelon joins the ACOM Ashford clinic2022-12-16T16:37:16-06:00

2022 ACOM Poster Week Winners Announced

WINNERS ACOM/SHM Virtual Poster Week

Assessed by a number of ACOM and SEH IM faculty using set judging rubrics

 

BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH

First place 

In Silico Examination of a Potentially Pathogenic Variant in the Myeloid Differentiation Primary Response Protein (MYD88)

Lucy Page Kelly and Eric Johnson, PhD

Second place

Forkhead Box O3 (FOXO3) Protein Levels are Elevated in a Model of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

Jonathan Brown PhD, Ashlyn Conner, Emily Snyder, and Audrey Vasauskas PhD

Third place

The Vascular Endothelial Barrier Antigen is Differentially Expressed in the Developing Forebrain and Cerebellum of Healthy Rats as Quantitated by Immunofluorescence Microscopy

R.Q. Telese, BS, M.O. Ibiwoye, MD, MS, DTM&H, MPH, PhD, A.A. Vasauskas, PhD, M.J. Hernandez, PhD, FNAOME, J. Lyons, MD and J.D. Foster, PhD, RRT

CLINICAL RESEARCH AND QI

First place

Falls Prevention

Donna L. Yost, DNP-ENA, MSN-CNL, RN, OCN, CNE and Devesh Dahale, MS, MBA

Second place

What is the relationship between religiosity and allostatic load in South Texas Hispanic/Latino cancer survivors who have completed their primary cancer treatment within the last 5 years?

Javier Cintron, Stephanie Rowan, Cesar Ramirez, Amelie Ramirez, Joel Michalek

Third place (TIE)

Improving Hepatitis C Screening in Accordance with the USPSTF Guidelines in a Primary Care Setting: A Quality Improvement Project

Fahad Abid. Veronica Hill, DNP, CRNP. Justin Hovey, MD

Preliminary Results of Proactive Patient Portal Recruitment in the Inpatient Setting: The MyChart Genius Project

Edward Wu, M, Jillian Weiss, BS, Alyssa B. Barefield, MS, Vincent S. Alexander, BS, Nora Kassis, BS, Mohammed D. Akbar, MS, Audrey A. Vasauskas, PhD

CLINICAL VIGNETTE

First place

Carbon monoxide poisoning with myonecrosis; A rare presentation

Sahar Baloch, MD ;  Paramjit Kaur, MD ; Zara Baloch, MBBS ; Sagar Kulkarni, MD

Second place

Hepatitis C Treatment-Induced Renal Vasculitis

Mina Ghaly, MD, Mousa Sagawed, MD, Hannah M. Gregory, Grant E. Gregory, Nawal Habib, MD, Nowoghomwenma Ibie, MD

Third place (TIE)

Myxedema Coma Confounded by Infections and Dementia in An Elderly Patient

Yousef Awad MD, Riya Patel BS, Mohamad Jajeh MD

“Don’t Make a Rash Decision” Cutaneous Dissemination of Zoster in Immunocompromised Patient

Devam Parghi, Jocelyn Medal

MEDICAL EDUCATION

First place (TIE)

Near-peer introduction to surgical skills pre- and post-workshop comparisons

Nick W. Lanpher*, Pedro Lima*, and James Nolin, FNP-C  (*: indicates co-first author, contributed equally to the work)

Student Perception of how Medical Schools have Valued Diversity between 2011 – 2021

Ahaj H Shroff, Mark J Hernandez

Second place

The Impact of a Comprehensive Curricular Approach on Improving Opioid Education in an Osteopathic Medical School

Hannah Gregory, Grant Gregory, Rahul Garg, PhD, MPharm, Wayne Parker, PharmD

Third place

Academic Surgeon Perspectives on Medical Student Preclinical Exposure to Laparoscopic Simulation

Joshua D. Collingwood, Cole S. Arnold, Benjamin L. Crews, Alina F. Faunce, Britton A. Ethridge, RN, BSN, Natalie Barefield, PA-C2, Matthew Ragan, MD, Pankaj P. Dangle, MD, MCh, Sherry L. Roach, MD, FACS

POPULATION HEALTH

First place

Demographics and risk factors of uninsured patients accessing free PrEP and PEP  for prevention of HIV in Northwest Florida

Colton Boney, Erin Park, Mariana Arévalo, PhD, Wayne Parker, PharmD

Second place

Incidence of Upper Extremity Neuropathies at a Single Tertiary Care Institution in the United States: Trends in Recent Years Including the COVID-19 Pandemic

Faust, Taylor MS; Donnelly, Megan; Castaneda, Pablo MD; Cooper, Joie MS

Third place

Assessing Differences in Bipolar Disorder Prevalence between Alabama and the Rest of the United States by Exploring the Potential Impact of Provider Accessibility and SES Variables

Naziyya Haque, Ryan Liengswangwong, Ashley James, Sarah Clark

REVIEW OR OUTREACH

First place

Novel Science Service-Learning Module With Naloxone Training Improves Student Awareness Of Opioid Epidemic

Sarah Adkins-Jablonsky, Ryleigh Fleming, Marco Esteban, Cinnamin Cross, Amy Chatham, Samiksha Raut

Second place

Is the medical field equipped to intervene in situations of human trafficking? A call to action

Zara Siddiqui

Third place

Can Kratom Be Effectively Utilized In Opioid-Addicted Individuals?

Cory Pisarra and Dr. Robert Parker

 ACOM/SOAR in PERSON POSTER DAY WINNERS (student choice awards)

Best Poster

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) in the Alabama Wiregrass Region

Mohkam Singh, MS, OMS-II, Sarah Adkins-Jablonsky, Ph.D., OMS-II, Angie Rubino, OMS-II, Mindy Higley, OMS-II,

Aaron Dramann, MS, OMS-II, Lisa Ennis, MA, MS, MPH, Nicole Mitchell, MLIS, MA

 

Best Poster Runner Up

Social Vulnerability Related to Rural Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Mortality in Florida

Alejandro Arroyo Rodrigues OMS-I, Cassie Lewis Odahowski, MPH, Ph.D.

Best Poster Presentation

Immunogenicity of Homologous Heart Valves: Mechanisms and Future Consideration

Andrew D. Vogel, MS, OMS-II, Jennie H. Kwon, M.D., Alekhya Mitta, B.S., Curry Sherard, B.S., Kelvin G.M. Brockbank, Ph.D.,

Taufiek K. Rajab, M.D.

Best Poster Presentation Runner Up

Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Center Sites in Relation to Average Income in an Area Affects Accessibility

Gabriela Galan, OMS-II, Ivana Gutman, OMS-II, Megan Richards, OMS-II, Michelle Sindoni, OMS-II

SPECIAL RECOGNITION TO OUR INVITED STUDENT IN-PERSON SHORT TALK PRESENTERS

*Denotes presenter(s)

Basic Science

The role of microRNA 141-3p on the invasion and migration of human breast cancer cells

Kelley Lynn Turner*, Smit Bhimami, Erika DeHaviland, and Lawrence LeClaire

Clinical research/QI

Characteristics of VUMC bariatric surgery patients and their atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease risk factors

Naziyya Haque*, Lei Wang, Xeimeng Zhang, You Chen, Robb Flynn, Wayne English, Danxia Yu

Clinical Vignette

The Diagnosis, Treatment, and Clinical Sequelae of Sjogren’s Syndrome in a Pediatric Patient: Case Report

Dakota C. Davis*, Meghan J. Filson, and Dr. Claire G. Yother

Medical Education

Implementation of lifestyle medicine certification into an osteopathic curriculum and its effects on students’ empathy towards patients and approach to patient-centered care

Amin Wang*, Melinda Ledbetter, John-Paul Fattorusso* and Isabella Fernandez*

Outreach

Novel Science Service-Learning Module With Naloxone Training Improves Student Awareness Of Opioid Epidemic

Sarah Adkins-Jablonsky*, Ryleigh Fleming, Marco Esteban, J., Cinnamin Cross, and Samisksha Raut

Population Health

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) In The Alabama Wiregrass Region

Mohkam Singh*, Sarah Adkins-Jablonsky*, Angela Rubino*, Mindy Higley*, Aaron Dramann*, Lisa Ennis, Nicole Mitchell

2022 ACOM Poster Week Winners Announced2023-01-26T18:01:59-06:00

Vicodin Vikings win the 2022 Remote Virtual Patient Challenge

Earlier this spring, ACOM sim competition team, the Vicodin Vikings won the 2022 Remote Virtual Patient Challenge and became 2022 national champions. The Vikings, which consists of Jacob Gramacy, David Cooper, Bobby Monaco, Hannah Gregory, Carson Woodward, and Will Laidig, were presented with challenging cases and performed exceptionally, triumphing over 9 other sim teams. Next, they move on to the international competition coming up in December.

Vicodin Vikings win the 2022 Remote Virtual Patient Challenge2022-12-06T16:26:25-06:00

Southeast Health named to the Forbes Best-in-State Employers 2022 List

DOTHAN, Ala – Southeast Health is proud to announce we have been named to the Forbes list of Best-in-State Employers for 2022. This prestigious award is presented by Forbes and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider. The awards list was announced today, and it can currently be viewed on the Forbes website.

America’s Best-in-State Employers 2022 were identified in an independent survey based on a vast sample of approximately 70,000 Americans working for companies with more than 500 employees in the USA. Across 25 industry sectors, 1,380 employer brands were ranked among the top employers.

The evaluation was based on direct and indirect recommendations from employees who were asked to rate their willingness to recommend their own employers to friends and family. Employees were also asked to evaluate other employers in their respective industry and state that stood out either positively or negatively.

“Delivering excellent patient care and top-notch educational experiences begins with great employees, which is why we constantly strive to improve the work experience for our 3,000 team members.” said Rick Sutton, chief executive officer of Southeast Health. “This distinction is special considering the challenging environment we have been operating in during the past two years. I am proud of the dedication and resiliency our team has demonstrated during this time. They are what makes our organization great, and they are the reason we continue to win awards for quality, safety, and now as one of the state’s top-employers.”

About Southeast Health

Southeast Health, which includes the region’s largest not-for-profit hospital, is a community-based academic health system dedicated to improving health and wellness for residents of southeast Alabama, southwest Georgia and the Florida Panhandle. Southeast Health system includes the Medical Center, Medical Group, Foundation, Statera Network, and the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM). The Medical Center is a 420 bed regional referral center serving more than 460,000 residents. It is one of three certified Comprehensive Stroke Centers in Alabama, and is recognized as a Level II Trauma Center and Chest Pain Center. In addition, Southeast Health has the regions only NICU with specialty trained neonatologists.

Southeast Health named to the Forbes Best-in-State Employers 2022 List2022-08-24T11:54:11-05:00

Organizational changes announced at ACOM

DOTHAN, Ala – The Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) recently announced organizational changes to the division of Clinical Sciences, as well as an addition to the Dean’s Cabinet.

The ACOM division of Clinical Sciences has implemented organizational changes to better streamline its functionality and organized its faculty into three departments, Primary Care Medicine and Specialty Medicine, and Osteopathic Principles and Practices.

The department of Primary Care Medicine, led by Martin Clemmons, DO, FACIO, includes Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Praful Patel, MD, FACOG, is heading up the department of Specialty Medicine that encompasses fields such as Emergency Medicine, General Surgery and OB/GYN.  Thomas Fotopoulos, DO, will continue to lead the department of Osteopathic Principles and Practices.

“These changes should allow for greater communication and comradery among our faculty,” said Stevan Walkowski, DO, FAAMA, associate dean of Clinical Sciences.

The departments meet on a regular basis to share ideas and concerns unique to the medicine they practice.  Creating three academic departments with three chairs offers greater representation and an opportunity to handle problems as they arise with good and reasonable solutions.

Meanwhile, the Dean’s Cabinet is pleased to announce Jonathan Leo, Ph.D., has assumed the role of senior assistance dean of Student Advancement. In addition, Dr. Leo will continue his duties as professor of Anatomy with his teaching responsibilities.

The senior assistant dean of Student Advancement is a new role at ACOM focusing on student success that will support the school’s growth and our strategic plan priority of academic excellence. Within our new division of Medical Education, the senior assistant dean of Student Advancement will serve as the strategic and operational champion to enhance student success by developing and implementing advancement strategies for learning, engagement, retention and program completion.

In his new role, Dr. Leo will oversee the Center for Academic and Career Excellence. He will work closely with the academic deans, the associate dean of Student Services, and the vice president of Institutional Effectiveness to support student development, academic achievement and ACOM’s mission and values.

Dr. Leo has 27 years of anatomy and neuroanatomy teaching experience at osteopathic schools. He is also a well-respected researcher and writer, as well as having held multiple leadership roles in medical education, which includes associate dean of students and graduate programs

Organizational changes announced at ACOM2022-08-11T16:11:09-05:00

ACOM to build open-air pavilion and community garden on campus

The Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) Board of Directors recently approved the construction of a new open-air pavilion and the development of several acres into a community garden with fruit- and vegetable-producing plants on the ACOM campus. This addition serves as the campus’s latest expansion that will offer unique opportunities for learning.

This project will create an outdoor space for student and faculty events. The open-air pavilion will feature a covered area with audience seating for up to 224 people and table-and-chair seating for smaller groups. This covered area may also be used informally for outdoor eating and study on a regular basis.

The exterior of the pavilion will be designed to coordinate with the main ACOM facility. Construction is planned to begin in Summer 2022. Simultaneously, a task group will work with landscape designers to plan the garden areas.

The new pavilion and community garden were envisioned and planned with the assistance of many faculty and staff. This project represents ACOM’s continued commitment to its core values through the development of innovative areas for enhanced learning and campus life.

ACOM to build open-air pavilion and community garden on campus2022-05-25T09:14:26-05:00

ACOM Students Appointed to 2022 National and Regional Leadership Positions

ACOM is pleased to share the following medical student appointments to leadership positions with several national and regional associations and groups for 2022.

Melanie Weyers, Class of 2023, has been elected as National Board of Directors Chairperson for the Student Osteopathic Medical Association.

Tiffany Wood, Class of 2023, has been appointed as Student Council President for the American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Donatine Afful, Class of 2024, has been appointed education subcommittee co-chair for the American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Jennifer Ra, Class of 2024, has been appointed as Membership/Recruitment Representative for the Medical Student Council with the Association of Academic Physiatrists.

Kyle Cohen, ACOM Simulation Fellow, has been appointed as Southcentral Representative for the Emergency Medical Residents Association Medical Student Council.

Joshua D. Collingwood, Class of 2025, has been named Vice-Chair for the Medical Student Section with the Medical Association of the State of Alabama.

Logan Carlyle, Class of 2023, has been named ACOM Council Representative for the Medical Student Section with the Medical Association of the State of Alabama.

Dominic J. Gigliotti, ACOM Anatomy and OPP Fellow, has been appointed to the Special Commission on Osteopathic Medical Licensure Assessment for the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) as the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents representative.

ACOM commends these students for their leadership achievements.

ACOM Students Appointed to 2022 National and Regional Leadership Positions2022-03-23T10:17:09-05:00
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