KCU News

How ADHD Made Me A Better Physician and Teacher

Apr 6, 2018
Mary Jo Martin, MD, KCU Assistant Professor of pathology shares her perspective on learning disorders and medical practice. “I have ADHD....

KCU Student Leaders Represent the Profession at Annual “DO Day on Capitol Hill”

Mar 23, 2018
When Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences fourth-year medical students Sirus Saeedipour and Alec Gazda donned their white coats March 7, they...

Science is Cool at Annual Research Symposium

Mar 23, 2018
“If you don’t think this is cool, then you may be dead.” The light-hearted comment came from Kansas City University of Medicine and...

Assistant Dean Receives Certified Physician Executive Credentialing

Mar 1, 2018

Dr. Anne VanGarsse receives Certified Physician Executive credentialing through American Association for Physician Leadership.®

Drugs and Alcohol Nearly Claimed His Life. Then, This Pro Athlete Met a DO

Feb 23, 2018

“He pulled up a chair and started talking to me about Vance, about my life, my family,” Johnson recalls. “Not one time did he talk to me about sports.” 

How To Talk to Children About Mass Shootings

By Jim Dugan Feb 16, 2018
Kids of all ages hear about mass shootings. When this tragedy happens in a school it of course hits closer to home. Children often experience worry and...

Faculty Military Experience Enriches Curriculum, Creates Culture of Support

Feb 9, 2018

Spend five minutes with Janis Coffin, DO (KCU-COM ’98), and you’ll notice one thing in particular – her passion. Whether she’s talking about her military service or her students, Dr. Coffin exudes enthusiasm.

KCU Student Ian Kloehn: 20/20 Inspiration

Feb 6, 2018
You would never know Ian Kloehn has a physical impairment by looking at him. That’s just the way he likes it. “I wait to tell people after they get...

The Ellen Show Recognizes Work Done by KCU Alum

Jan 31, 2018

Dr. Ron Holt was invited to the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" because of his activism in the LGBTQ community.

How My Masters of Biomedical Sciences Prepared Me for Medical School

Jan 30, 2018

There are many roads to medical school. There’s the direct route, straight from undergraduate education, but that’s not ideal for everyone. Some students benefit from life experiences or additional education first.

January 2018: From the Desk of the President

By Marc B. Hahn, DO, FAOCA, President and CEO Jan 25, 2018

KCU research shines through with faculty being recognized throughout the Kansas City community. KCU mourns the loss of notable alumni and our students say thank you.