Dr. Cindy Funk, Ph.D., accepted a position as a professor of anatomy at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine for two reasons. First, she “fell in love” with the mission. “Every college has a mission, but you don’t always feel it in every person you meet. You feel it from top to bottom here,” she […]
There’s a whole lot going on outside the classroom at BCOM. This month, faculty, staff, and students rallied together for fun and comradery, and to give back to local teachers.
LCPS Foundation Trivia Night
Eight BCOM medical students formed two teams of four and joined Dr. Michael Morehead at The Game II for a night of trivia. […]
The BCOM Student Government Association (SGA) rallied together and rolled up their sleeves to help Habitat for Humanity build homes for their fellow Las Crucens. The organization helps families break the cycle of poverty by giving them an “affordable, stable” home.
“At Habitat for Humanity, we build,” their website states. “We build because we believe that […]
The Southwest Foundation for Osteopathic Education & Research (SWFOER) has awarded BCOM medical student Mitchell Weaver, a member of the class of 2020, the Amy & John L. Hummer Scholarship in honor of Lloyd M. Hummer, MD.
The scholarship was established by the Hummers in 2017 in honor of John’s father, Dr. Lloyd M. Hummer, MD. […]
Under the guidance of Associate Professor of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) Adrienne Kania, DO, BCOM recently held a local A. Hollis Wolf Competition to determine who will advance on to present at the American Academy of Osteopathy’s 2018 Convocation. Three students from the class of 2020 and two from the class of 2021 presented their […]
Over the summer between his first and second years of medical school, Chris Kim reached out to the emergency medicine physicians at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center and secured a position conducting research under Dr. Bharath Chakravarthy. In early February 2018, Kim was invited to give an oral abstract presentation on his summer […]
On January 31, BCOM was represented at the New Mexico State Capitol by a delegate of osteopathic student leaders. This marks the second year running BCOM delegates have visited the capitol building, also known as the Roundhouse, to meet legislators and have a visible presence during the open session. The group was introduced on the […]