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First two students to graduate from KU-Community College Partnership shared-curriculum program
May 06, 2016 -- The first graduates in the KU School of Nursing's Kansas University-Community College Nursing Partnership’s (KUCCNP) shared-curriculum program are graduating this spring
Dance student with autism leads the way as director of a new dance troupe
May 05, 2016 -- A student with the Department of Occupational Therapy Education Project Access dance class is now teaching dance to others with developmental disabilities
A persistent pioneer in breast cancer research
Apr 20, 2016 -- University of Kansas Medical Center oncologist Carol Fabian is honored for her work changing the odds for women with breast cancer and those at increased risk for the disease
A new NIH-funded study will determine if DHA supplements can prevent premature births
Apr 05, 2016 -- A $3 million NIH-funded study at the University of Kansas Medical Center will examine whether giving women daily doses of a DHA supplemen during the last half of their pregnancies can aid in preventing early premature births
KU Medical Center opens the MS Achievement Center
Apr 05, 2016 -- People with multiple sclerosis will have new place to seek treatment and support when the MS Achievement Center officially opens in April at the University of Kansas Medical Center
Students, faculty honored at annual Student Leadership Awards ceremony
Mar 25, 2016 -- University of Kansas Medical Center students, faculty and campus organizations were honored during the annual Student Leadership Awards ceremony March 24
A new study finds the drug Arimoclomol shows promise in treating inclusion body myositis
Mar 23, 2016 -- A study led by the Medical Research Council Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases in London and the University of Kansas Medical Center shows that a new drug called Arimoclomol is successful in treating the muscle-wasting disease inclusion body myositis.
KU School of Nursing graduate volunteers on Mercy Ship in Madagascar
Mar 21, 2016 -- University of Kansas School of Nursing graduate Brenna Krampf spent eight weeks on the the Africa Mercy – a former Danish rail ferry converted into the world’s largest private hospital ship
Match Day 2016: Graduating medical students learn residency destination
Mar 18, 2016 -- Students from the University of Kansas School of Medicine learn where they will be serving their residencies at Match Day ceremony
KU Medical Center programs make the U.S. News and World Report 2017 Best Graduate School rankings
Mar 17, 2016 -- U.S. News & World Report has ranked 49 graduate programs at the University of Kansas in its 2017 edition of the magazine’s “Best Graduate Schools” rankings, more than any other school in the state.
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