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Scott Craver

Medical Student, OMS-IV


Fourth year medical student seeking to gain more clinical experience and knowledge through working with talented physicians and treating patients. Currently pursuing a career in Emergency Medicine.



Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)

Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine (KYCOM)

Class of 2017


Bachelor of Science

Franciscan University of Steubenville

Majored in Biology with a minor in Chemistry

Class of 2013




Student Osteopathic Internal Medicine Association (Kentucky Chapter)

Responsibilities included arranging guest speakers from various organizations, scheduling seminars in conjunction with our local hospital network, conducting educational events for the students, and coordinating community volunteer opportunities.


Student Co-Lead: Robotics/Simulation Division


I, along with one other student, took it upon ourselves to learn the robotic simulation equipment prior to it being utilized as part of our curriculum, in order to orchestrate and teach our class in different clinical training programs. 


Student Chair: EHR & HIPAA 


I personally migrated our school's public clinic to an EHR system (specifically Practice Fusion), additionally making sure we were in compliance with all HIPAA regulations. I continue to be the sole point of contact for all implementation and troubleshooting.

Professional Experience

May 2014Aug 2014

Oncology Research Fellow


Conducted research in pancreatic oncology, specifically looking at protein Chmp1A's ability to regulate known tumor suppressor functions. I competed in poster presentations at several events, including the Center of Osteopathic Research and Education (CORE).


Student Researcher and Laboratory Technician

Franciscan University of Steubenville

Conducted research in various lymphomas seeking to identify new tumor-specific cell markers.


Student Intern

Medical Decision Modeling, Inc.

Reviewed and analyzed clinical data for publication.


Medical and Health Events:  Organized and volunteered more than or exceeded 200 hours at several free community health clinic that featured a general wellness exam, diabetes screen, neurological screen, and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment. 

Mini-Med School: Hosted kindergarten children from local schools to  learn more about the human body and what they can do to stay healthy and active.

Pre-SOMA Conference: Hosted premed students from across the country to experience what it takes to become a future physician.  

Other Community Service: Volunteered in several mission trips, soup kitchens, geriatric facilities, and many more during the time from high school to present. 


Dr. Donald Reed Jr., M.D. FACS - Director of General & Trauma Surgery. Attending physician.

          Office number: (260) 969-7121. Email: 

Dr. Erick Rivas, M.D. - General & Trauma Surgeon. Attending physician. 

          Office number: (260) 969-7121. Email: 

Dr. Peter Jakacki, M.D. D.C. - Family Practitioner. Attending physician.

          Office number: (260) 497-7365. Email:

Dr. Kathryn Einhaus, M.D. - Obstetrician and Gynecologist. Attending physician.

          Office number: (260) 490-2229