The Jayhawk way
This year, Michael Sullivan became the fourth generation of his family to earn an M.D. from the KU School of Medicine.
KU School of Medicine researcher Tomoo Iwakuma has discovered statins may shut down structurally mutated p53 proteins that can accelerate cancer progression.
KU School of Medicine−Wichita faculty members are mentoring doctors in Paraguay to help boost the country’s family medicine development efforts.
A dedicated faculty member is instrumental in helping KU School of Medicine−Salina student Julianne Rathbun find her calling.
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