Student Spotlight

Drew Glerum, OMS II

Class of 2021

  • Hometown: Eagan, Minnesota
  • Undergraduate Studies: Biology with a minor in Chemistry and Bible from the University of Northwestern - St. Paul.
  • Clubs and Activities: Officer of Communication in the Student Government Association, Vice President of the RVU Chapter of the Colorado Medical Society, and Secretary of the Christian Medical and Dental Association.

Why did you choose RVUCOM? First of all, in my evaluation of potential schools, I was committed to attending an osteopathic program simply because...
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Faculty Spotlight

Cheryl McCormick, PhD

Associate Dean for Integrated Curriculum
Professor of Physiology

  • Hometown: Reidsville, NC
  • Undergraduate Studies: Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Salem College. Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Medical College of Virginia.
  • Graduate Studies: Doctor of Philosophy degree in Pharmacology/Physiology and a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Chemistry from Wake Forest University.

What classes do you teach? I teach Renal I and II, and IHL I. Why did you choose to...
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Departments

RVUCOM faculty and staff include a wide variety of educators who are mentors and role models for our students. They demonstrate excellence in their knowledge, medical practices, professional conduct, and dedication to the education of our students.

RVUCOM and its administration have obtained community partnerships that will ensure that clinical sites and faculty resources needed for its student’s education are available in the state of Colorado. The core clinical education of its students will be conducted under the supervision and guidance of college appointed faculty to ensure that they have the maximum opportunity to acquire the foundation of knowledge, skills and competencies they will need to be prepared and competitive for entry into any graduate medical education program.

RVUCOM faculty and administration are dedicated to ensuring that its students acquire the skills needed to become lifelong learners, have the abilities required for personal growth and maintenance of professional competency as well as the ability and desire to contribute to the growth of medical knowledge and improve medical care for their patients.

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