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KU and KU Medical Center part of consortium to receive $13.75 million in US DOT grant money
Dec 09, 2016 -- The University of Kansas Medical Center and the University of Kansas are collaborators in a seven-school consortium that will receive roughly $13.75 million in grant money during the next five years from the United States Department of Transportation to research ways to make the country’s roadways safer
Master of Public Health graduate plays a role in Kansas City’s Tobacco 21 campaign
Nov 18, 2016 -- Christi Nance, who received her Master of Public Health degree in May from the University of Kansas, is playing a key role in advocating for limitations on the availability of tobacco for youth
Successful targeted injectable chemotherapy treatment for dogs could lead to human trials
Nov 14, 2016 -- Researchers at KU Medical Center and the University of Kansas have created a new injectable cancer compound that has shown great promise in treating tumors in dogs and is now ready for human trials
The KU Alzheimer’s Disease Center renews national designation, expands research and partnerships
Nov 04, 2016 -- The University of Kansas Medical Center announced that the KU Alzheimer's Disease Center had its national designation renewed for five years by the National Institute on Aging
Silver City expands services while celebrating 10 years in the Argentine community
Nov 01, 2016 -- Silver City Health Center, the University of Kansas School of Nursing’s nurse-run safety net clinic in the heart of the Argentine neighborhood of Kansas City, Kansas, is celebrating 10 years of providing affordable health care to residents in Wyandotte County.
KU Medical Center poised to make a bigger push into the world of Fulbright programs
Oct 03, 2016 -- The University of Kansas Medical Center is poised to make a major push into the world of Fulbright Scholarship programs, thanks in part to the arrival of Abiodun Akinwuntan
School of Health Professions holds team building workshop
Sep 27, 2016 -- University of Kansas School of Health Professions students, faculty and staff come together for collaboration workshop
Study suggests link between ads featuring food and children’s dietary choices
Sep 15, 2016 -- A new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics by researchers at the University of Kansas Medical Center and the University of Missouri-Kansas City is shedding new light on the issue of food commercials and kids.
Research at KU Medical Center could pave the way for new treatments to delay ovarian aging
Sep 06, 2016 -- Research at KU Medical Center published in the journal Reproduction could pave the way for new treatments to delay ovarian aging
Incoming School of Nursing class dons white coats during annual Nightingale Ceremony
Aug 26, 2016 -- Incoming University of Kansas School of Nursing class dons white coats during annual Nightingale Ceremony
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