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ATSU-KCOM celebrates second-year students as they transition from didactic to clinical years

A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM) class of 2026 members marked their transition from didactic to clinical years with a special ceremony April 25, and students pinned their peers with The Arnold P. Gold Foundation’s Gold Humanism Honor Society pins, an organization which champions humanism in healthcare.

Margaret Wilson, DO, ’82, dean, provided the welcome, and alumnus Baydon Hilton, DO, ’19, delivered the keynote remarks. Peggy Gerhold, a standardized patient at ATSU-KCOM, spoke about encounters with the students, while Yohei Norimatsu, PhD, associate professor, physiology, provided the campus faculty farewell, and Jeffrey D. Davis, DO, CMD, ’00, assistant dean, clinical affairs, gave the clinical faculty welcome.

Students closed the ceremony be reciting the Class of 2026 Oath.


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