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New shuttle stop: An additional KU Medical Center shuttle stop has been added at 39th and Rainbow to provide service to patients and visitors of the Kansas City Transitional Care Center. This shuttle will operate Monday through Friday, 5 a.m.-10 p.m. Contact Kevin Rowald at 913-588-5062 with questions.
Helping rural families dealing with pediatric rheumatic diseases
Carol Lindsley, M.D., professor of pediatric rheumatology, runs outreach clinics in rural Kansas so families don't have to travel hundreds of miles for treatment. Read more.
Medical marijuana and brain disease
Gary Gronseth, M.D., professor and chair of neurology, helped conduct a review on how useful medical marijuana is in treating the symptoms of patients with neurological diseases. Read more.
KU residents conduct cancer screenings in rural Kansas
School of Medicine urology and dermatology residents are conducting free cancer screenings in rural Kansas communities this summer as part of a program sponsored by the Kansas Masonic Foundation. Read more.
In the news
Fox 4 talked to Lisa Mische Lawson, Ph.D., associate professor in occupational therapy education, about the importance of safety around water. KU's Austism Swims program works with children to teach them swimming skills and water safety. Watch video.
July 21: Jayhawk Way informational session, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Wahl Hall West Auditorium. Find out if this professional development program is right for you. Lunch will be provided for the first 100 participants. Add event to your calendar.
Bhaskar Das, Ph.D., associate professor, hematology and oncology, received the Boron in the Americas Award for his work in the field of boron chemistry. Using biological applications of boron-based compounds, he has developed novel therapeutics for treatment of diseases such as kidney diseases, brain cancer, Alzheimer's and other neurological disorders.
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