Dr. Rodney Bates has extensive clinical experience as an Internal Medicine and Hospitalist specialist for over 12 years. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and a fellow of the Osteopathic Association of Osteopathic Internists.
Marking the end of the first year of their osteopathic medical education, ICOM Student Doctors, alongside faculty, staff, and their families, enjoyed a luau-themed event in the ICOM Courtyard with food, games and music.
First-year ICOM student, Sarah Placek, contributed to recently-published research on the significance of thermal abiotic emission of CO2 and CH4 from leaf litter as it relates to photodegradation. Student Doctor Placek conducted this research alongside Dr. Thomas A. Day at her alma mater, Arizona State University.
The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine has launched a national search for its next Dean and Chief Academic Officer (CAO), following the recent resignation of Founding Dean, Dr. Robert T. Hasty.
The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine recently named 10 individuals to the newly created positions of Regional Assistant Deans for the school’s clinical rotations core sites.
The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) has named Dr. Kevin Wilson as Interim Dean. ICOM’s Board of Trustees has commissioned the search for a new Dean prior to the start of the 2019-20 academic year, which begins Aug. 5.
Founding Dean and Chief Academic Officer of the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM), Dr. Robert T. Hasty, will leave Idaho’s first medical school to help lead the creation of a new osteopathic medical school, which will soon be announced.
A team of international researchers — including Dr. Blaine Maley, ICOM’s Anatomy Chair — have gained new insights into the earliest inhabitants of the southwestern Amazon. Their findings were recently published in the journal, Science Advances.
The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine's American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) and Future Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists (FOOG) hosted a Sexual Assault Awareness Walk Saturday, April 20, on campus.
The Idaho College of Medicine (ICOM), Idaho’s first medical school, unveiled its new research lab during a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, April 5. The school’s newly-completed research lab, more than 1,600 square feet in size, features what’s known as wet and dry bench space, with a total of 16 benches.
A new ranking completed by Wallethub recently identified the best and worst states for U.S. physicians. Four of the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (ICOM) “target states” — including Idaho, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota — landed in the top 10 best places, according to the survey.
Twenty-eight students from Wood River Middle School in Hailey traveled to ICOM Wednesday, March 20, today for an interactive, hands-on lesson about the human body.
As the student doctors of the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) wrapped up their cardiovascular exams on Friday, March 15, they were visited by a group of four-legged friends.
First-year ICOM student, Kate Buhrke, contributed to recently-published research on how the expansion of bacteriophages is linked to aggravated intestinal inflammation and colitis. Student Doctor Buhrke conducted this research alongside her mentor, Dr. June L. Round, of the University of Utah.
Student Doctor Weston Grant — with the support of ICOM’s Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) Chapter — wrote a proposal advocating for osteopathic representation in the entertainment industry.
First-year ICOM student, Kiefer Starks, contributed to recently-published research on the influence of sex on the development of high-fat diet-induced metabolic syndrome.
Research and scholarly activity are essential to academic excellence in medical education, and Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine’s commitment to both will provide a formal mechanism for students to explore cutting-edge research.
The public-private partnership between Idaho State University and the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM), Idaho’s first medical school, has allowed for interprofessional education— also known as IPE — between student doctors and students studying other professions in health care.
As the first medical school in the state, ICOM is committed to community outreach, such as K-12 tours, to encourage young students to pursue careers in medicine.
Jennifer Gotto, MD, is the Psychiatric Chair at the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine. She graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in 1991 and completed a General Psychiatry residency and fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine.