Family legacy continues at KCU
In 1952 Norbert Conrad graduated from the Kansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery as a doctor of osteopathic medicine. Fast forward 70 years, his alma mater, now known as Kansas City University (KCU), has a very different learning environment, yet the same values remain.
Landing on her feet: KCU-COB alumna first-authors paper in PNAS
Her work alongside Doug Bittel, PhD, KCU professor of biosciences, helped KCU-College of Biosciences alum (’19) Allison Ogren develop patience and the ability to pivot when things don’t go as planned. As part of her thesis, she worked with Bittel at Children’s Mercy analyzing the molecular biology of congenital heart defects and post-transcriptional modifications on spliceosomal RNA.
KCU holds first hard hat tour for College of Dental Medicine
Donors received a first look at the new Kansas City University (KCU) College of Dental Medicine located on the Joplin campus during a hard hat tour on October 6, 2022.
KCU Announces Endowed Professorship for Medical Simulation
KCU graduate wins award for work in medical informatics
KCU’s Global Health Program Continues a Legacy of Service
Memories of a Med Student Bull Rider: Alum Helps Students Today
Help KCU Students and Local Kids with a NAP Credit Donation by December 31
If you own a business that is based in Missouri or you generate income from certain Missouri-based activities, you have a chance to help KCU’s Score 1 for Health program and save on taxes at the same time through KCU’s NAP credit program.
From Death's Door to DO: The Amazing Story of a KCU Alum
When 21-year-old Miguel Hernandez woke up in the hospital after 30 days on life support and facing a life-threatening condition, he had no idea the kindness of one doctor would change his life forever.