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Osteopathic Medical Students to Ramp Up Hope in Appalachia April 22, 2015 Applications Open for 2015 AOF HumanTouch Student Leadership Project CHICAGO-The American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) announces that the application process for the 2015 HumanTouch Student Leadership Project is now open.  The project will take place June 10-14 in Appalachia, birthplace of A.T. Still, the founder of osteopathic medicine. The AOF will bring together up to 40 osteopathic medical...
2015 AOF Award Application Process Opens March 6, 2015 Each year the AOF selects some of the best and brightest osteopathic medical students and physicians for over 15 different grants, awards and scholarships that provide monetary recognition for achievement, as well as support for medical school and international service projects. The AOF is now seeking nominations/applications for the following: For Osteopathic Medical Students: AOA Presidential...
AOF Welcomes William T. Betz, DO as 2015 Board President March 2, 2015 Leader in Family Medicine Aims to Strengthen Osteopathic Family CHICAGO  – The American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) is pleased to welcome William T. Betz, DO, MBA, FACOPP dist. as the organization’s Board President. Dr. Betz, currently the Senior Associate Dean for the Osteopathic Medical Education Chair, Department of Family Medicine at the University of Pikeville, Kentucky College of...
AOF Introduces the Thomas A. Quinn, DO Osteopathic Scholarship February 23, 2015   CHICAGO--The AOF is proud to introduce the Thomas A. Quinn, DO Osteopathic Scholarship for second year osteopathic medical students attending the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) in Bradenton, FL.   The $3,000 scholarship, made possible by a generous donation from Dr. Quinn, a clinical professor at LECOM-Bradenton, will be awarded in $1,000 increments in the last two years of...
AOF Introduces "Caring for Communities Award" December 15, 2014 New Award Supports Health Clinics Using Osteopathic Care (CHICAGO) The American Osteopathic Foundation (AOF) is proud to introduce the Caring for Communities Award, an annual award to recognize and support clinics in the United States utilizing the aid of osteopathic physicians to serve communities in need.   “I’ve been inspired by friends and colleagues who have worked in clinics, and feel we...
Show Us Your #UNselfie for Giving Tuesday November 24, 2014 Special Campaign Raises Funds for Student Leadership Project CHICAGO--The American Osteopathic Foundation is participating in a global day of giving for the second year:  #GivingTuesday. On Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014, people from around the world will come together for one common purpose; to celebrate generosity and to give to their charity of choice.  This year, the AOF will be raising awareness and...

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