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Jul 24, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Health Professions
KU's physical therapy department is educating a record number of students
The KU School of Health Profession's Department of Physical Therapy is training more physical therapists for Kansas

Jul 23, 2014
Categories: ,School of Medicine
Cathcart-Rake named dean of School of Medicine campus in Salina
Executive Dean Robert Simari announces that William Cathcart-Rake has been elevated from director to dean of KU School of Medicine campus in Salina

Jul 09, 2014
Categories: Outreach,School of Medicine,Featured
In a state with just two pediatric rheumatologists, help for rural kids and their families
Carol Lindsley, M.D., professor of pediatric rheumatology at the University of Kansas Medical Center, runs outreach clinics so rural Kansas kids don't have to travel hundreds of miles for treatment.

Jul 07, 2014
Categories: School of Medicine,Research
Neurologist evaluates evidence on the use of medical marijuana in brain diseases
Gary Gronseth, M.D., in the Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center, helped conduct an evidence-based review of the use of medical marijuana in brain diseases for the American Academy of Neurology.

Jun 24, 2014
Categories: Cancer Center,School of Medicine,Featured
KU residents conduct cancer screenings in rural Kansas
KU residents conduct skin and prostate cancer screenings in rural Kansas communities

Jun 19, 2014
Categories: Research,School of Medicine,Featured
KU Alzheimer's Disease Center is a site for a national antibody treatment trial
KU Alzheimer's Disease Center is a site for a national clinic trial for an anti-amyloid treatment

Jun 19, 2014
Categories: School of Nursing,Featured
School of Nursing doctoral student becomes dean of an Indonesian nursing school
KU School of Nursing doctoral student Christine Sommers is appointed dean of nursing at Universitas Pelita Harapan

Jun 16, 2014
Categories: Research,Featured,School of Medicine
Researchers build first structural images of the anthrax toxin component
Mark Fisher, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Kansas Medical Center, leads a team of researchers who have built the first structural images of the anthrax toxin component.

Jun 05, 2014
Categories: ,Featured,Outreach,School of Medicine
KU Medical Center’s Healthy Living Kansas receives awards for Garden City-based breast health initiative
Southwest Kansas Promotores de Salud, a partnership between local, regional and state partners and Healthy Living Kansas, a KU Medical Center Department of Preventive Medicine & Public Health initiative, receives a Kansas Health Foundation Recognition Grant

Jun 04, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Medicine
Student goes to Washington to advocate for increased neuroscience funding
Angela Pierce, a Ph.D. candidate in neuroscience in KU Medical Center’s Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology, is one of the Society for Neuroscience’s inaugural Early Career Policy Fellows

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