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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.
Phase II adult stem cell therapy heart attack study underway
Mar 14, 2016 -- The Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center (MSCTC), with the University of Kansas Medical Center and Hospital, is currently recruiting heart attack patients for the Phase II trial, sponsored by Capricor, Inc.
KU Medical Center welcomes two new deans
Mar 10, 2016 -- A new era of leadership began at the University of Kansas Medical Center in January when Sally Maliski and Abiodun Akinwuntan arrived as the deans of the Schools of Nursing and Health Professions
KU Medical Center students participate in Graduate and Undergraduate Days at the Capitol
Mar 02, 2016 -- Students from the University of Kansas Medical Center participated in graduate and undergraduate research days at the capitol
KU research could be a game-changer for athletes with exercise-induced bronchoconstriction
Feb 05, 2016 -- A research project being conducted by the KU Asthma Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center may help formulate a field screening test to determine if an athlete is at risk for exercise-induced asthma
Three KU Medical Center students earn Graduate Research Summit honors
Feb 04, 2016 -- Three University of Kansas Medical Center students received honors at the 2016 Graduate Research Summit at the Capitol on Feb. 2 in Topeka.
World War l and its impact on the nursing profession
Feb 03, 2016 -- A symposium is presented by the University of Kansas School of Nursing, in partnership with the National World War l Museum in Kansas City, examines How World War l changed the nursing profession
KU startup earns $300K contract to develop cancer-fighting drug technology
Jan 25, 2016 -- A University of Kansas startup company has received a federal contract to continue its work on new drug delivery methods for developing more effective cancer treatments
KU pilot study suggest specialized nutrition regimen helpful for bladder cancer surgery patients
Jan 12, 2016 -- A pilot study at the University of Kansas Medical Center suggests a specialized nutrition regimen can improve immune response and lower infection rates in bladder cancer patients who undergo surgery
Midwest Cancer Alliance teams up with the Kansas Masons to conduct a record number of cancer screenings in 2015
Jan 04, 2016 -- Working with the Kansas Masonic Foundation, University of Kansas Medical Center doctors screened nearly 2,000 people across Kansas for skin and prostate cancer in 2015

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