Dr. Williams Distinguishes Importance of Primary Care
Dr. Rex Archer Joins KCU as Professor and Director of Population and Public Health
Celebrating KCU Faculty, Staff and Student Successes
Please join us in congratulating the following faculty, staff and students from the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) on their recent successes. We are proud of your hard work, dedication and professionalism in representing KCU so well on a national level.
Listening and Learning: KCU Faculty Conduct Listening Tours to Combat Vaccine Hesitancy
One of the most effective methods of increasing the rate of COVID-19 vaccinations may not come from telling patients about the benefits of the shot, but rather by listening to concerns of those who don't want to take it.
KCU Professor and Researcher Joins Search for Clues into Recently Discovered Dementia
KCU Global Track students impact Kenyan community and win prestigious osteopathic research award
Kansas City University medical students who have an interest in oncology and a heart for the underserved earned a 1st place award in the Bureau of International Osteopathic Medicine (BIOM) 2020 Research Competition: Research Abstract Category for their work with women, children, and health care providers in Kenya on the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), the virus that causes cervical cancer.
KCU professor's medical mission trips featured in The Saturday Evening Post
New Bioinformatics Course Prepares Students for Future of Data-Driven Health Care
A bioinformatics course began in January 2020 at KCU, allowing College of Biosciences students to experience the process of mining biological information from databases to support clinical decisions.
BioNexus KC: KCU Professor’s Research Focuses on Aging and Cancer for Boomer Generation
By 2030 the baby boomer generation will all be of retirement age, expanding the size of the older population to one of every five people in our country. Dr. Ehab Sarsour, has accepted the challenge of this staggering demographic change. His research focuses on the role of aging on cancer behavior, progression and its response to therapy.