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  1. Student Chosen As Winner of Ripple Effect Contest, Will Make Humanitarian Service Trip.

    Osteopathic medical student will embrace LECOM's mission of service in Haiti this summer Matthew Schilling, a first-year medical student at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, will embrace LECOM’s mission of serving others when he makes a paid humanitarian service trip to Haiti. Schilling was announced as one of two winners of the 2... Read More »

  2. Submit News For the LECOM Connection

    LECOM is proud of the accomplishments of the College's employees, students and alumni. Members of the LECOM Community are welcome to submit news items for publication in the LECOM Connection.  Please include your name, LECOM affiliation (faculty, student, etc.), phone number, and a detailed description of your news item.  ... Read More »

  3. News for Healthier Lives

    RAVI CHEKKA, MD, DISCUSSES SYMPTOMS OF MUMPS AND MINIMIZING RISK OF CONTRACTION Mumps: Minimizing Your Risk Factor Mumps are making a comeback this season. Are you prepared? In light of recent reports of mumps outbreaks on college campuses, it’s imperative to learn the facts about this highly infectious virus, which causes painfully inflamed glands... Read More »

  4. LECOM Provides Easier Access to News Items

    College Web Site to Include Really Simple Syndication Feed RSS (Really Simple Syndication) technology has returned to LECOM. News organizations covering LECOM can receive the latest news about the College via this RSS feed. The public also can subscribe using their Web browser or RSS feed reader. The RSS icon (which carries the feed), as well as a ... Read More »

  5. Students to Focus on Patient Health, Education Through Script Your Future

    Students to Focus on Patient Health, Education Through Script Your Future Students hosting events focused on importance of medication adherence. Three in four people struggle to take their medications as prescribed. Though the reasons for non-adherence vary, the health consequences can be serious. Students from the Lake Erie College of Osteop... Read More »