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X. Long Zheng, MD, PhD, Professor and Russell J. Eilers, MD, Endowed Chair MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR

I am pleased and honored to have joined the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine since early April 2020. I congratulate and compliment the outstanding accomplishments our faculty, trainees, and staff have made in this unprecedented time of COVID-19 pandemic.

I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with more than forty preeminent faculty, spanning from emerging leaders to highly accomplished physicians and/or scientists with national and international reputation. Our trainees in clinical and basic science, drawn from leading institutions around the world, immensely enhance the vitality of our department, while our extremely dedicated staff in the department contribute to various aspects of our departmental mission.

To lead the nation for excellence in patient care, education, and discovery, as well as community engagement, the department will undergo restructuring, reorganization, and intensive recruiting. This will enhance further subspecialization in clinical service, increase productivity and reputation of academic activities, and attract the best and most talented trainees and scholars to our department. I am appreciative to everyone for your support. Now more than ever, there is the need to share the excellent work being done by our faculty, trainees, and staff.

X. Long Zheng, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor and Russell J. Eilers, M.D. Endowed Chair
Department Chair and Service Chief

Last modified: Jan 07, 2021
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