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Hot sheet
Learn the latest news at ATSU.

Faculty news
Read what our faculty have been up to.

From the archives
The Museum of Osteopathic Medicine shares another artifact – a Japanese-Motif Bowl carved by A.T. Still.

Class notes
Re-connect with classmates.

In memoriam
ATSU pays tribute to those who have passed.

Donor recognition
The university recognizes and thanks those who invest in its students’ futures.

The last word
KCOM alum and NASA physician Scott Savage shares his poem “EVA 1,” which describes what it’s like for a spacewalker to go outside of the vehicle – called an EVA – for the first time.

Out of this world care.
J.D. Polk, D.O., ’93, leads a team of high-flying NASA doctors, including Tarah Castleberry, D.O., ’98, and J. Scott Savage, D.O., ’87, charged with caring for the nation’s astronauts.

New dental program coming to Kirksville.
ATSU’s Kirksville campus will be home to its newest dental program, adding jobs and money to the local economy and bringing oral health to rural and underserved areas of Missouri.

From Mexican freighters to blushing brides.
Museum of Osteopathic Medicine Director Jason Haxton looks back in time at A.T. Still’s discovery and exploration of OMT.

Up close and personal.
Faculty tell us what they’re reading and listening to.

X-treme alum.
Robb Blackaby, PT, ’98, D.P.T., ’04, is always on the go as founder of a sports medicine business.

The doctor can see you now.
Ophthalmologist Michael R. Willman, D.O., ’92, is a leader in his field.

Paying it forward.
Immigrant couple Assen and Dani Dobrikov of Bulgaria invest in ASDOH to serve others and give back the generosity showed to them.

Letters »

President's Letter
by President Jack Magruder

Editor's Letter
by Kathryn Stroppel