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Who We Are

Pediatric Education

The Department of Pediatrics at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine consists of board-certified pediatricians and Ph.D. researchers. Established as a department in 1997, faculty members provide classroom and clinical pediatric education to Heritage College medical students, interns and residents. As teachers, they are involved in all levels of training for osteopathic medical students. This includes classroom teaching and providing clinical contact experiences for Year I and II students, clinical precepting for Year III and IV students, and rotations with interns and residents. In addition to the educational component of the department, the clinical pediatric faculty provide services to children living in southeastern Ohio and conduct medical research.

Faculty and Staff

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Department Directory

Discover some of the forward-thinking faculty and staff who will help prepare you for your future in pediatrics.

Meet Our Team

Pediatrics

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Resources

From the annual report to promotion and tenure documents to employment opportunities, you’ll find it all here.

 

Tuesday, September 27 Pediatrics - Project Linus 7:00 PM — 9:00 PM Medical Education Center (MEC)

Wednesday, September 28 Pomeroy Primary Care Clinic 9:00 AM — 3:00 PM Powell's Food Fair

Wednesday, September 28 Psychology/Neurology Club - Introductory meeting/mindfulness with Dr. Graham 12:00 PM — 12:50 PM Medical Education Center (MEC)

  • Families of body donors say altruism motivates gift

    During the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Body Donor Memorial Service, friends and family said a desire to help others was the driving force behind why their loved ones gifted their bodies to science.
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  • "Rethinking Poverty" workshop helps instill empathy in new class of medical students

    Incoming medical students participated in an interactive workshop designed to build awareness and provoke discussion about social determinants of health and the implications of living in under-resourced communities.  
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  • Summer Scholars provides students a unique start to medical school

    Where medical school starts is not the same for everyone. For some at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, it begins with a program called Summer Scholars. This summer, 24 students joined Heritage College faculty, professors and current students in Athens, Ohio to be immersed in a five-week, rigorous, hands-on program similar to what first-year medical students experience.  
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