Four receive degrees
Four Youngstown men recently received their doctor of osteopathic medicine degrees from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens. They are Michael McKinney, Carmen Julian, Ronald Dorbish and Dominic Conti.
Dr. McKinney, the son of Bernice McKinney of Youngstown, received a bachelor's degree in zoology from Ohio University in 1996. He is an intern at St. John's Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway, N.Y.
Dr. Julian, a son of Vincent Julian of Canfield and Mary Julian of Cortland, received a bachelor's degree in biology from Ohio University in 1996. He is an intern at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo.
Dr. Dorbish, a son of Ron and Mary Ellen Dorbish of Youngstown, received a bachelor's degree in biology from Youngstown State University in 1998. He is an intern at Doctors Hospital in Columbus.
Dr. Conti, a son of Martin and Anna Jean Conti of Youngstown, received a bachelor's degree in biology from Youngstown State University in 1998. He was named the outstanding 2002 graduating student from the Center of Osteopathic Research and Education site at St. Joseph Health Center in Warren and is a resident at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.
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