Presenters - Virtual Intern. Student Day

Giacomo Consorti
MSc (Ost.), D.O., PgCert. Edu.
Giacomo Consorti   Giacomo Consorti is an Italian osteopath, teacher and researcher. He is a member of the Clinical-based Human Research Department of COME Collaboration and the coordinator of the Education Department of Osteopathy of the Istituto Superiore di Osteopatia (Milan), where he also manages the relationships of the school with other international institutions, such as OsEAN. In the 2012 he began his training in the field of medical education, pedagogy and didactics thanks to the the SIPeM (Italian society of medical education). In the following years he taught medical education, pedagogy and didactics for trainers of the health professions including osteopaths on behalf of SIPeM of which he is actually Communications Supervisor. He is a board member of ROI (Italian Register of Osteopaths) and a member of the EFFO Working Group on Education in Osteopathy.
Raimund Engel
D.O., MSc.
Raimund Engel   Raimund is a practicing osteopath and Principal of the Vienna School of Osteopathy based in Vienna, Austria. He obtained his D.O. title from the Vienna School of Osteopathy and his MSc. (Osteopathy) from the Danube University Krems.
Raimund was instrumental in the founding of the school in 1991 as well as in setting up the first osteopathic Master’s program in mainland Europe in collaboration with the Danube University in 2005.
Since 1999 Raimund has become increasingly involved in international osteopathic affairs. He served as the first Honorary Secretary of the World Osteopathic Health Organisation (WOHO) and as President of the Osteopathic European Academic Network (OsEAN) from 2008 until 2016 and as Vice-President since 2020. He is actively involved in promoting osteopathy as a distinct clinical discipline in Austria as well as in other parts of the world.
Raimund has more than two decades of teaching experience in Europe, Japan, Russia and Brazil. He is also a regular presenter at international osteopathic conferences.
Jason Haxton
MA, DO (h.c.)
Jason Haxton - OsEAN Virtual International Student Days 2021   Jason Haxton, MA, DO (h.c.) has been the director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine since January 2001. Besides managing the Museum that was created in 1934, he makes multiple international trips each year (Ireland, Belgium, Russia, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Brazil and the UK) to provide lectures – during the covid-19 pandemic he has been presenting his lectures through ZOOM and webinars. Ion his work he provides historic research materials and promotes the principles of osteopathic medicine through exhibits for osteopaths globally. At A.T. Still University in Kirksville he keeps a busy schedule teaching medical students and welcoming guests from around the world to the museum. The museum is going for AAM accreditation, the highest recognition for a museum.
Currently he is providing CME credit by partnering with the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons’ President Dr. Michael Brown.
Jason collaborated with German filmmaker and producer Antje Christ affiliated with channel ZDF/ARTE to produce two science documentaries on understanding osteopathy for the European audience which were released in 2020.
Jason worked on The Science of Osteopathy -- a documentary by Juan Castillon and Raul N. Cortes. Released November 2019.
Jason most recently worked on the Emmy award winning PBS documentary: “The Feminine Touch”. Released April 2017.
Jason is an honorary Alumnus of KCOM/ATSU and received from the KOAA Board the Distinguished Service Award 2019.
When not providing exhibits and lectures to international and USA conferences on osteopathy – Jason welcomes guests from around the world to A.T. Still University – Kirksville to experience the rich osteopathic heritage at the Founding School of Dr. Andrew Taylor Still.
Jane Stark
D.O.M.P., MS, D.Sc.O.
Jane Eliza Stark  

Jane Stark is an osteopathic manual practitioner with 19 years of osteopathic experience and 31 years as a certified athletic therapist. Jane is also a registered kinesiolgist. Jane is equally skilled at treating complicated chronic conditions and acute sports- or activity-related injuries.

Jane graduated from the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto, where she is now an instructor, the director of student research and the college's continuing education program. Jane is also a faculty member of the Collège D’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal at the campuses in Halifax and Vancouver. Outside of teaching, Jane is known as an authoritative osteopathic historian, with several publications on the subject, the most recognized being Still’s Fascia. In addition to being an authority on history, she lectures internationally on the subject of connective tissue as it relates to osteopathic treatment.

Jane was formerly on the board of directors of the World Osteopathic Health Organization (2009-2011), and she recently completed a master’s degree in clinical research administration. Jane practices on a freelance basis in 12 different countries, including Japan, the United States, and throughout Europe.