Recent School of Medicine News

More than 1,000 students take part in interprofessional training
Jan 28, 2015 -- More than 1,000 University of Kansas Medical Center students in 13 programs across three campuses took part in the first Level 1 interprofessional training, which is designed to help students learn about and from each other to promote collaboration and improve patient care.
Project Eagle turns 25
Jan 20, 2015 -- Project Eagle, which is part of the Department of Pediatrics at the KU School of Medicine, is marking 25 years of promoting the healthy growth and development of the most vulnerable young children and families in Wyandotte County
University of Kansas Medical Center joins network for interprofessional teaching and practice
Jan 09, 2015 -- The National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education announced that KU will be the next site for its Nexus Innovations Incubator, whose members have a track record of accelerating interprofessional practice and education
Top KU Medical Center news stories of 2014
Dec 29, 2014 -- KU Medical Center faculty, staff and students made news around the country and region in 2014
The benefits of controlling high blood pressure for patients with polycystic kidney disease
Dec 12, 2014 -- A large clinical trial has demonstrated for the first time the benefits of rigorously controlling high blood pressure for patients with polycystic kidney disease (PKD)
Patrick Moriarty leads study on experimental cholesterol drug
Dec 01, 2014 -- KU Medical Center researcher Patrick Moriarty heads up study that show an experimental cholesterol drug is highly effective in patients who can’t take statins
Last modified: Jul 18, 2014