Stuff that might interest you
Construction disruptions: Several construction projects, including traffic signal work at 39th Street and State Line Road, crane work by the Research Support Facility building, and Sudler ground floor construction, will be taking place the week of March 16 that will cause traffic disruptions. Read more.
Improving access to colon cancer screening
Allen Greiner, M.D., M.P.H., member of The University of Kansas Cancer Center's Cancer Control and Population Health program and professor and director of the research division in the Department of Family Medicine, is working on developing strategies to improve colon cancer screening rates in low-income and minority populations. Read more.
New research at KU Medical Center finds a possible correlation between milk consumption and brain health
In-Young Choi, Ph.D., associate professor of neurology, and Debra Sullivan, Ph.D., professor and chair of dietetics and nutrition, have conducted research that has found a correlation between milk consumption and the levels of a naturally-occurring antioxidant called glutathione in the brain. Read more.
March 19: Continue the Conversation, an extension of The Jayhawk Way, 2-3 p.m., 4016 Varnes. Talk with other alumni about experiences, challenges and successes. Add to your calendar.
After 20 years of service, Dwayne Boettcher, director of finance and administration - SHP Business & Fiscal Affairs, is retiring March 26. Be sure to wish Dwayne a happy retirement!
Hazardous chemical training requirements: Recent changes to OSHA regulations have been made. Even if you have already taken hazard communication training, you are required to be trained on these new updates if you work with hazardous chemicals. Read more.
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