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- Clinical Trial Finder app launched by KU Cancer Center
Feb 18, 2021 -- Thanks to a new mobile application created by The University of Kansas Cancer Center, anyone can now identify potential clinical trials right here at KU and quickly communicate with the cancer center’s clinical trials team.
- New COVID-19 outpatient treatments including pill, injection and inhaled medicine part of clinical trial at KU Medical Center
Feb 11, 2021 -- Three new outpatient treatments will be tested at the University of Kansas Medical Center in efforts to broaden options for COVID-19 patients. These new treatments may make it easier to receive COVID-19 treatment outside a hospital, as they include an oral pill, an injection and a medication that can be inhaled through a home nebulizer.
- KU Medical Center professor seeks to promote equity in residency applications and virtual interviews
Feb 01, 2021 -- Kimberly J. Templeton, M.D., professor of orthopedic surgery at the University of Kansas Medical Center, led efforts to help women medical students maintain equity in the residency selection process.
- School of Medicine honors teaching excellence with virtual A Grand Affair
Jan 22, 2021 -- A Grand Affair on Jan. 15 recognized teaching excellence in the University of Kansas School of Medicine through a virtual ceremony.
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- A look back at 2020: the historic year of science and resilience
Dec 18, 2020 -- The mystery virus that had closed China made its way to the United States, and “business as usual” halted. By the end of 2020, the year would forever be synonymous with COVID-19, and KU Medical Center had adopted a new normal that stressed resilience and roll-up-your-sleeves science to combat the pandemic.
- Bench science steps into the spotlight during the pandemic
Dec 07, 2020 -- Basic research crucial to unlocking complex puzzles like COVID-19
- KU Cancer Center is a contributor to 49 research studies at international hematology society meeting
Dec 04, 2020 -- Researchers from The University of Kansas Cancer Center are involved in the presentation of nearly 50 research studies at the 62nd American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting, to be held virtually Dec. 5-8.
- Women in academic medicine remain less likely to be promoted, according to KU Medical Center study in NEJM
Nov 25, 2020 -- Female physicians are more likely to pursue careers in academic medicine than their male counterparts but are less likely to be promoted to senior faculty and leadership positions, and that gender gap is no narrower than it was 20 years ago, according to a study published by researchers at KU Medical Center in the NEJM.
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