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A byproduct of intestinal bacteria may promote heart disease in kidney disease patients
Jul 30, 2015 -- A new study by University of Kansas Medical Center researchers shows that a byproduct of intestinal bacteria may promote heart disease in patients with reduced kidney function
New research shows that stroke patients should start physical activity while still in the hospital
Jul 24, 2015 -- A new study by led by Sandy Billinger finds that greater emphasis should be placed on increasing physical activity during a patient's hospital stay following an acute stroke
PCORI awards $8.6 million Phase II grant to the Great Plains Collaborative Network
Jul 21, 2015 -- The University of Kansas Medical Center-led Great Plains Collaborative Network received an $8.6 million dollar Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) grant to continue its work on establishing a network of medical centers in the Midwest to connect electronic medical record systems
New research shows older adults can improve brain function by raising their fitness level.
Jul 10, 2015 -- A study by the KU Alzheimer's Disease Center at KU Medical Center finds that seniors can improve brain function by raising their fitness level
Getting ready for ICD-10
Jun 24, 2015 -- Professionals at the University of Kansas Medical Center are helping the health care industry get ready for the implementation of the ICD-10 diagnostic code
KU Medical Center announces promoted and tenured faculty
Jun 24, 2015 -- The University of Kansas Medical Center announces promoted and tenured faculty in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions
New clinical trial will try to determine the best aspirin dose to prevent heart disease
May 29, 2015 -- A new trial conducted at the University of Kansas Medical Center and sites across the country will seek to determine the best dose of aspirin for patients with coronary artery disease
Clinical laboratory sciences students study at the Kansas City Crime Lab
May 26, 2015 -- Clinical laboratory sciences students from KU Medical Center are studying forensics at the Kansas City Crime Lab
May is Exercise is Medicine month
May 20, 2015 -- Exercise is Medicine month focuses on encouraging physicians to include physical activity when designing treatment plans for patients
Kirsten Devin gets Fulbright award
May 13, 2015 -- Kirsten Devin, a student at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant
Commencement 2015
May 06, 2015 -- Graduates from the KU Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions attended commencement activities on May 16
The KU intercampus program in communicative disorders is celebrating 50 years of accreditation
May 01, 2015 -- The KU intercampus program in communicative disorders is celebrating its 50th anniversary of accreditation this year by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

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