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Match Day 2015
Mar 20, 2015 -- KU School of Medicine students found out where they are serving their residencies at Match Day ceremonies on March 20
Spins turned into miracles for Kansas City area children during a Wheel of Fortune holiday sweepstakes benefiting Children’s Miracle Network
Mar 19, 2015 -- Wheel of Fortune Donates $10,000 in Winnings to the University Of Kansas Medical Center Pediatrics
New research at KU Medical Center finds a possible correlation between milk consumption and brain health
Mar 12, 2015 -- Research conducted at the University of Kansas Medical Center has found a correlation between milk consumption and the levels of a naturally-occurring antioxidant called glutathione in the brain
KU School of Health Professions alumnus Karen Schell is bringing better health care to Ghana
Mar 05, 2015 -- KU School of Health Professions alumnus Karen Schell is the director of cardiopulmonary services at Newman Regional Health in Emporia. But her real passion is improving the health and well-being of people living in the West African nation of Ghana.
Three Kansas City Health Sciences schools partner in Musculoskeletal Disease Research Consortium
Feb 26, 2015 -- Musculoskeletal Disease Research Consortium brings together scientists and resources focused on musculoskeletal disorders and diseases.
KU Medical Center students, organizations recognized for leadership
Feb 24, 2015 -- The Division of Student services recognized several University of Kansas Medical Center students and organizations for their leadership.
A biobank partnership with Truman Medical Center
Feb 06, 2015 -- The University of Kansas Cancer Center is partnering with Truman Medical Center on a biospecimen repository which will collect blood, saliva and tissue, necessary to support translational research
University students from Kansas, Oklahoma honored for research posters, presentations at annual K-INBRE bioscience symposium
Jan 28, 2015 -- Twenty undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students were honored for their scientific research presentations at the 13th annual Kansas Institutional Development Award Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (K-INBRE) symposium
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
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