Western University

 

The groundbreaking curriculum at Western University School of Podiatric Medicine is founded on a new approach to podiatric medicine based on real world case studies, non-textbook critical thinking, problem solving, and skill building in an interactive team approach. Our four-year program allows you to learn with an integrated team of health professionals in a part of the country with a wealth of clinical opportunities. 

The podiatric medicine program is housed in our new $100 million building, outfitted with the newest and latest educational technology, in sunny Southern California. This curriculum was developed by an internationally renowned team with over 85 years of podiatric medical experience: Drs Lawrence Harkless, Lester Jones, and Robert Christman are recognized for their leadership in the diabetic foot, bio-mechanics and radiology fields.

For more information visit www.westernu.edu.

APMSA Delegation: 

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Anne He
Student Body President
Presidents' Committee
WUCPM Class of 2020
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Byron Lemon
Student Body President-Elect
WUCPM Class of 2021
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Jeffrey Sanker
APMSA Delegate
APHA Liaison
Education Committee
Advisory Committee
WUCPM Class of 2019
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Omead Barari
APMSA Treasurer
Board of Trustees
Budget & Audit Committee Chair
Public Relations & Website Committee BOT Advisor
Advisory Committee
WUCPM Class of 2020
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Elizabeth Oh
APMSA Alternate Delegate
ABPM Liaison
Education Committee
WUCPM Class of 2020
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Vivek Kommineni
APMSA Delegate
Development & Corp Rel Committee
WUCPM Class of 2021
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Spencer Sterling
APMSA Delegate
WUCPM Class of 2022
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"The American Podiatric Medical Students’ Association is the national, student-led organization that serves as the collective voice for all podiatric medical students. We are committed to the protection and advancement of student rights and interests by advocating in legislative and educational arenas. We provide resources to our members to assist them throughout their education as they transition into podiatric residents and physicians."