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Study suggests link between ads featuring food and children’s dietary choices
Sep 15, 2016 -- A new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics by researchers at the University of Kansas Medical Center and the University of Missouri-Kansas City is shedding new light on the issue of food commercials and kids.
Research at KU Medical Center could pave the way for new treatments to delay ovarian aging
Sep 06, 2016 -- Research at KU Medical Center published in the journal Reproduction could pave the way for new treatments to delay ovarian aging
Incoming School of Nursing class dons white coats during annual Nightingale Ceremony
Aug 26, 2016 -- Incoming University of Kansas School of Nursing class dons white coats during annual Nightingale Ceremony
KU Medical Center students volunteer their time and energy on community service days
Aug 24, 2016 -- Incoming students to the University of Kansas Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions volunteered their time and energy on community service days
Four Kansas community colleges join University of Kansas in innovative nursing education program that will allow students to stay in communities
Aug 17, 2016 -- Four Kansas community colleges are joining with the University of Kansas School of Nursing in a groundbreaking nursing education model that allows students to simultaneously earn their Associate’s degree in Nursing and Bachelor of Science degree
Interprofessional team of health care providers venture to Israel for world-class training
Aug 12, 2016 -- An interprofessional team from the University of Kansas Medical Center, the University of Kansas Hospital and Johnson County Community College traveled to Israel to expand their knowledge regarding simulation training from the staff at the Israel Center for Medical Simulation, a world-class training facility in Tel Aviv.
Residents jumpstart their training at KU Medical Center plastic surgery boot camp
Aug 11, 2016 -- Medical students at the University of Kansas Medical Center attend a boot camp designed to provide a solid grounding in the basics of plastic surgery before they embark on their formal specialty training
Roy Jensen selected as vice-president of the American Association of Cancer Institutes
Aug 04, 2016 -- Roy Jensen, M.D., director of the University of Kansas Cancer Center, has been elected vice president/president-elect of the Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI)
Marijuana use may lead to stroke and disability
Jul 29, 2016 -- Research by scientists at the University of Kansas Medical Center and the University of Missouri-Kansas City indicates there could be a link between marijuana use and an increased chance of having a stroke.
KU’s Human Performance Lab uses high-tech gadgetry to study neuromuscular diseases
Jul 13, 2016 -- KU Medical Center's Human Performance Laboratory at the Landon Center on Aging is using full body motion technology for health care research
Kidney Institute research focuses on paracellular transport of salt
Jul 13, 2016 -- Researchers at the KU Kidney Institute have discovered that paracellular transport is a key to how efficiently the kidneys use energy to keep the human body alive
Randolph Nudo appointed director of the Institute for Neurological Discovery
Jul 01, 2016 -- Randolph J. Nudo, Ph.D., has been appointed director of the Institute for Neurological Discovery at the University of Kansas Medical Center

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