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Apr 10, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Medicine
School of Medicine student goes on civil rights pilgrimage
KU School of Medicine student Marcus Rushing is part of civil rights pilgrimage

Apr 07, 2014
Categories: Research,Featured,School of Medicine
Study shows vitamin B1 may help women with drinking problems moderate their consumption
Ann Mazardo is the lead author of study in which problem drinkers received high doses of thiamine

Apr 03, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Health Professions
KU Medical Center student leaders honored
The annual student leadership awards are given out at KU Medical Center

Mar 25, 2014
Categories: School of Medicine,Research,Featured
Pediatric psychologist tests method for weaning a child from tube to oral feeding
Ann Davis studies benefits of pain management dose of amitriptyline

Mar 23, 2014
Categories: School of Medicine,Featured
Robert Simari assumes KU School of Medicine executive dean's position
Robert Simari is the new executive dean of the KU School of Medicine

Mar 21, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Medicine
Medical students celebrate residency program assignments on Match Day
More than half of KU School of Medicine graduates will train to become primary care physicians

Mar 12, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Nursing
Nursing students take part in simulation that lets them experience the challenges of a low-income family
KU School of Nursing holds poverty simulation for senior-level Bachelor of Science Nursing students

Mar 10, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Medicine,School of Health Professions,School of Nursing
Graduate students’ research projects recognized at the state capitol
Capitol Graduate Research Summit in Topeka provides an opportunity for graduate students at the University of Kansas Medical Center and other Kansas universities to share their research with state leaders

Mar 05, 2014
Categories: School of Medicine,Featured
An $800,000 grant will help KU Medical Center create a new center to help patients with multiple sclerosis
A grant will help KU Medical Center create the Comprehensive Center for Multiple Sclerosis Care

Feb 20, 2014
Categories: Featured,School of Health Professions,Outreach
PREP-KC gets area high school students interested in health care careers
Sandra Billinger talks to area high school students about a career in physical therapy

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