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- University honors the first black woman to earn a medical degree from KU
Aug 24, 2018 -- In 1958, the late Marjorie Cates became the first black woman to graduate from the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Some 60 years later she is being honored by the university with an academic society dedicated in her name.
- Nightingale Ceremony ushers in new School of Nursing class
Aug 20, 2018 -- With the donning of their new white coats, the presentation of their academic society pins and the recitation of the KU Nursing Oath of Commitment, 126 women and men went from being a collection of college students from throughout the country to being the University of Kansas School of Nursing Class of 2020.
- KU School of Medicine holds White Coat Ceremony for class of 2022
Aug 01, 2018 -- At this rite of passage to welcome entering medical students, KU School of Medicine faculty share some wisdom and each student walks on stage to be cloaked in a white coat, a symbol of the physician’s profession, with family and friends in attendance.
- Burns named to Governor’s Alzheimer's Disease Working Group
Jul 27, 2018 -- Jeffrey Burns, M.D., co-director of the University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center (KU ADC), has been named by Governor Jeff Colyer to the Alzheimer’s Disease Plan Working Group
- KU Cancer Center researcher investigates eliminating radiation for HER2-positive breast cancer
Jun 27, 2018 -- Researchers at The University of Kansas Cancer Center have launched a clinical trial that eliminates radiation from the treatment protocol for an invasive type of breast cancer that accounts for one-fifth of all breast cancer patients.
- Poison-tipped arrows may hold secret to new male birth control
Jun 19, 2018 -- For years, women have taken on much of the responsibility when it comes to avoiding unintended pregnancies, but that may all be changing thanks to a new form of male contraception being formulated at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
- Pet dogs with cancer play role in testing new injectable chemotherapy drugs
Jun 08, 2018 -- You might not know it by looking at her, but Remy is one lucky dog, and she has a new cancer drug under development in cooperation with The University of Kansas Cancer Center to thank for helping to keep her alive.
Last modified: Jul 26, 2018