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Executive Vice President for Academic and Medical AffairsProvost, Dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Hahn began serving as executive vice president for academic and medical affairs, provost and dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine in October 2012. Dr. Hahn came to KCUMB from the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, where he served as senior vice president for health affairs and dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine since 2009. He also served on the UNE faculty as a professor of anesthesiology. Read more.
The hallmark of the KCUMB student's educational experience is capable, accessible faculty. Students in both the College of Osteopathic Medicine are taught by dedicated practicing physicians and doctoral-level science faculty. Faculty members actively engage in research, often publishing their work in peer-reviewed journals, as well as presenting at regional, national and international scientific conferences and meetings.
The Department of Anatomy facilitates a student’s exploration of the morphological diversity of the human body throughout development, life, disease and death.
The Division of Basic Medical Sciences contributes to the success of the University through teaching, scholarly accomplishment and service.
The KCUMB Biochemistry Department is committed to fulfilling the University’s mission by working to achieve excellence in research and teaching.
The KCUMB Department of Bioethics faculty are highly qualified and experienced researchers and accessible to students.
KCUMB's Dybedal Clinical Research Center is dedicated to safeguarding the rights, welfare and dignity of all study participants.
The faculty of KCUMB’s Department of Family Medicine have distinguished themselves in the areas of academic family medicine, osteopathic manipulative medicine and sports medicine.
KCUMB's Department of Medicine strives to achieve excellence in our three-tiered mission of patient care, teaching and research.
Neurologists treat a variety of neurological disorders, including multiple sclerosis, migraine, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, and dementia, as well as disorders of muscle and the peripheral nerves.
The KCUMB Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology prides itself on providing medical students and postgraduate trainees with up-to-date, comprehensive knowledge of topics relating to women’s health.
The KCUMB Department of Pathology strives to further the application of basic biological truths to the healing arts by equipping students with the skills needed to explain the progression of disease.
The KCUMB Department of Pediatrics is an integral part of the academic and research environment at the University.
The Department of Pharmacology/Microbiology is highly committed to the provision of a scientifically-sound educational platform for teaching medical students our respective disciplines and how to integrate the basic and clinical sciences.
The Department of Physiology encourages students to view physiology as critical and necessary to understanding the human body, the practice of health maintenance and treatment of disease.
Learn more about the faculty members in the Department of Psychiatry.
The KCUMB Department of Surgery, including full-time surgery faculty and adjunct osteopathic and allopathic surgical faculty, provides a broad spectrum of didactic classroom lectures and clinical opportunities for College of Osteopathic Medicine students.
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