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The Osteopathic Medical Education Conference, or OMED, is coming to Boston, Oct. 27-30. The annual gathering offers an opportunity for thousands of osteopathic physicians, medical school faculty, and students to gather and learn the latest news and advancement in the profession.
One of the most anticipated summer activities on the Touro University California campus had to take a hiatus while the COVID pandemic raged the past two years, but the Biotech Academy Internship returned to Touro this year, albeit in a mostly online format.
Childbirth was, rightfully, referred to in the past as the “Miracle of Life.”
There’s little doubt that the various Touro University California programs are academically rigorous and challenging. The last thing incoming students need are additional complications to their experience at TUC.
Immersive digital environments like those in the films Ready Player One or Free Guy might seem like a far-away future, but the truth is those worlds are already here.
There are usually a handful of familiar steps when creating any movie. These steps can help keep a film production focused, keep the story clear, and make the final product successful. Understanding some of those steps is a perfect way to understand a film camp partnership between Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) and Inclusion Films.
For an event 25 years in the making, the wait was well worth it for guests of Touro University California’s 25th Anniversary Gala, held August 25 outside Farragut Inn.
The 8th annual Social Justice in Public Health Lecture series kicks off from 5-7 pm, September 1 over Zoom.
McDonald’s maybe. Or the local movie theater. Maybe bussing tables at a local restaurant. And then there was always babysitting. What was yours? First jobs are an initial step toward independence that are something of a right of passage for most teenagers. But sometimes circumstances conspire against the anxious and the willing. A pandemic can do that. So can a disability.
There are many reasons students choose to come to Touro University California. For Junella Chin – now Dr. June Chin – there were three. First, she knew she wanted to practice osteopathic medicine. Second, she liked Touro’s reputation. And third, having grown up in the Bronx, New York, she, “needed to get out of the cold.”