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Christine Koh, B.A.

College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

E-Mail: ckoh@westernu.edu


Join year: 2013


D.O. Candidate, Western University of Health Sciences COMP, 2018

B.A. (H) Psychology, Entrepreneurship, and Modern Dance, Washington University of St. Louis, 2010


Pre-Medical and General Sciences Certificate, University of California Los Angeles, 2012

Teaching Experience

OMM Course/LEAD Teaching Assistant

Anatomy Course Teaching Assistant

K-12 Tutor


“The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.” –Mark Van Doren

Research Interest

Female Athlete Triad

Dance Medicine

Research Grant

Harris-Hayes M, Steger-May K, Koh C, Royer N, Graci V, Salsich G: “Classification of Lower Extremity Movement Patterns Based on Visual Assessment: Reliability and Correlation to Two Dimensional Video Analysis.” Journal of Athletic Training 49(3):304-10. May 2014.

Koh C, Decker M, Chang E. “Rehabilitation of Atypical Polyneuropathies in Neurological Syndrome: A Case Report.” Poster presented at Association of Academic Physiatrists 2015, San Antonio, TX.


Robert E. Corey Scholarship Recipient

East West Scholarship Recipient


Dean’s List


Sigma Sigma Phi Honor Society




I first put on a pair of ballet shoes when I was two and half years old. Since then, my life has been nothing short of a dance through vastly different journeys that have converged into a single path - osteopathic medicine. My interest in the significance of movement and its functionality makes the OMM fellowship an exceptionally unique experience that I am privileged to have the opportunity to partake in. I am excited to have found a profession where my passion for human rights and the believe that the musculoskeletal system shares a story with the internal workings of the human being have joined serendipitiously as one.

As an OMM fellow, I look forward to the opportunity to learn from my mentors and peers and to grow as an osteopathic medical student, educator, and eventually, physician. I hope to one day incorporate all of the skills and knowledge I have acquired into a practice that will benefit my patients and community. And till then, I will be dancing to the tune of ...”Don’t worry, be happy!”

“Oh the places you will go. Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting...so get on your way!” -Dr. Seuss