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- KU researchers hit the streets to increase rates of cervical cancer screening for women in jail
May 29, 2020 -- For many medical researchers, studying disease means going to work in exam rooms, offices and laboratories. For Megha Ramaswamy, Ph.D., MPH, it means going to jails and hitting the streets.
- KU Alzheimer's Disease Center focused on protecting research volunteers and clinical trials during the pandemic
May 18, 2020 -- KU ADC takes steps to protect research volunteers and clinical trials during the pandemic
- Research associate creates face shields on KU Medical Center printer
May 15, 2020 -- Christopher Neal, Ph.D., research associate at the University of Kansas Medical Center, donated around 100 headbands for face shields to PPE for KC, a local maker group constructing and dispersing protective equipment for health care professionals. Neal used the 3D printer in the Kansas Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (KIDDRC) to make the bands.
- KU Cancer Center pivots to protect patients and trial participants in COVID-19 era
May 07, 2020 -- Cancer patients undergoing treatment at The University of Kansas Cancer Center don’t have to worry about getting a test for the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The research arm of the KU Cancer Center stepped up to allow patients to opt-in to a study that provided the test in recent weeks and also covered its cost. It is just one of the many ways the KU Cancer Center is working to fight the pandemic.
- KU respiratory therapy students graduate early to help during coronavirus pandemic
Apr 30, 2020 -- Students in the respiratory therapy program in the University of Kansas School of Health Professions have chosen to graduate early to help fend off a shortage of RTs during the coronavirus pandemic.
- JUNTOS delivers COVID-19 information to Kansas City’s Spanish-speaking population
Apr 22, 2020 -- The JUNTOS Center for Advancing Latino Health at KU Medical Center, whose mission is to eliminate health disparities in under-served Latino communities in Kansas, is working to deliver COVID-19 information to these communities in their native language.
- Grant-funded program assists care partners of people with progressed MS
Apr 07, 2020 -- MS Achievement Center grant-funded program assists care partners of people with progressed MS
Last modified: Jul 26, 2018