KUMC has released a quick guide to help provide answers to some commonly-asked questions about new health legislation, its impact on the health industry and what it means to consumers.
School of Allied Health
KU Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science department excels at research symposium. Read more.
School of Medicine
U.S. News and World Report released its 2011 "Best Medical Schools" and ranked KUMC's Primary Care program 36th among public schools of medicine. KUMC's Research ranking among public schools of medicine is tied for 38th. Read more.
School of Medicine-Wichita
Dr. Jon Schrage, MD, Internal Medicine chair and professor has been appointed Interim Associate Dean for Veteran's Affairs. Read more.
School of Nursing
Karen L. Miller, RN, PhD, FAAN, KUMC Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Dean of the KU Schools of Allied Health and Nursing, is one of five women inducted into the KU Women's Hall of Fame. Read more.
KU Medical Center
KU School of Medicine-Wichita Magazine
FROM THE EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR
2010 Alumni Award Winners
On behalf of the University of Kansas Medical Center's
Alumni Association, I'm pleased to announce this year's Alumni Award winners. They are a great group of people who have worked tirelessly in their profession and have truly made their alma mater proud. Please join me in honoring them during Alumni Reunion Weekend in October.
Distinguished Alumnus – Lawrence D. Shriberg, PhD'70
Honorary Alumnus – Mani Mani, MD, R'71
Early Career Achievement– Brian Dolan, BS, HIM'06, MHS'08
Distinguished Alumnus – F. Bruder Stapleton, MD'72
Honorary Alumnus – Robert M. Klein, PhD
Early Career Achievement – Russell E. Scheffer, MD'91
Distinguished Alumna – Caryl Goodyear-Bruch, RN, CCRN, PhD'05
Honorary Alumni – Donald F. Hagen, MD FACS &
Mrs. Karen P. Hagen
Early Career Achievement – Heidi Boehm, RN, BSN'02, MS'09
Congratulations, and thank you for all you are doing.
INAUGURATION WEEKEND FESTIVITIES
Alumni Boards volunteer during Street Fair
KUMC Alumni volunteers pictured (from left) Kirsten Marples,
KU student, Kim Huyett, Director, KUMC Alumni Relations, Aileen
McCarthy, MD'83, Barbara Bridges, N'65, MN'76, EdD'84, Bob Spaniol, N'79, PhD'02, President of the Nurses Alumni Association, and Jo Anne Lile, N'62.
As part of the weekend festivities for Dr. Gray-Little's inauguration, KU Medical Center co-hosted the annual Street Fair, in collaboration with the Student Governing Council. The event took place on Saturday, April 10th at Rosedale Middle School. Among the activities included were remarks from the Chancellor, free health screenings, a community mural, entertainment, games, food and prizes. The KUMC Alumni Boards and Greater Kansas City Chapter of the KU Alumni Association also participated. Admission was free for families and the proceeds from the event went to benefit the Turner House Children's Clinic.
BREAK THROUGH STUDY
A major new study of a widely used antidepressant, venlafaxine, could result in a greater understanding of clinical depression and its treatment. The study, co-authored by Sheldon H. Preskorn, MD'74, Clinical Research Institute Chief Science Officer and Medical Director, and Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences professor at the KU School of Medicine -Wichita, is published in the April issue of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Read more.