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Heritage College News Center

Heritage College News Center

Your hub for exploring Heritage College news, events, features, social media, videos and more.

Recent Stories

  • Café space name to recognize alumni group's gift

    The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Society of Alumni and Friends has committed $150,000 to the College’s general support f...
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  • NIH-funded study probes fine details of deafness

    Certain genetic mutations cause cell structures in the ear to break down, leading to deafness. With support from a grant from the National Institutes ...
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  • MEDIA ADVISORY: FREE public screening of The Veterans’ Project

    Athena Cinema will host a free public screening of The Veterans’ Project on Nov. 11 (Veterans Day) following the annual parade and ceremony in uptown ...
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Ohio University Medicine Blog

  • Symposium helps dad understand daughter’s medical condition

    Graham Smith is neither a medical clinician nor a research scientist. But when the Heritage College hosted the third annual International Symposium on...
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  • RUSP: Learning from and with rural and urban underserved communities

    Incoming students in our Rural and Urban Scholars Pathways program learned about health care needs and experiences in underserved areas of Ohio d...
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Heritage College in the News

3 most important breakthroughs in biology of 2019

A study by faculty members Ruger Porter and Larry Witmer about how dinosaurs evolved different cooling systems made the list of the most important breakthroughs in biology this year. 

Nature World News

Nervous system's role in age-related weakness

A study recently published by researchers from our Ohio Musculoskeletal and Neurological Institute finds new evidence to support the belief that the nervous system plays an important role in age-related weakness.

Science News

They Enrolled In Medical School To Practice Rural Medicine. What Happened?

Randy Longenecker, M.D., Heritage College assistant dean for rural and underserved programs, explains why medical doctors should be exposed to rural practice. 

USA Today

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