MOMA Day 2017 Concludes at the Capitol
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
The 2017 Missouri Osteopathic Medicine Awareness Day has come to a successful close. Over 200 DOs and future DOs made it to the State Capitol for the day. A legislative panel moderated by MAOPS President Jeff Davis, DO, and Legislative Committee Chair Victoria Damba, DO, and featuring our state legislators, including Rep. Nate Walker, Rep. Jim Neely, DO, and Rep. Keith Frederick, DO, took place in the morning, prior to a visit to the House of Representatives.
Rep. Walker and Sen. Brian Munzlinger presented resolutions from the House and Senate to Dr. Margaret Wilson, DO, Dean, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine for A.T. Still University, in honor of the 125th anniversary of it's founding by Dr. Andrew Taylor (A.T.) Still in 1892.
For photos from all the MOMA Day 2017 festivities, visit the MAOPS Facebook page or Twitter @MO_Osteopathic.
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