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.
Center for Medical Education Innovation Redefines Learning
Dr. John Paulson named AACOM Osteopathic Health Policy Fellow
Professor Embarks On New Degree, Presents KCU Research At Johns Hopkins University
ACOFP Names W. Joshua Cox, DO, FACOFP, 2019 Educator of the Year
KCU-Joplin Gives Back With Community Health Screening
Telemedicine Is On the Brink of Becoming "As Common As The Telephone" Predicts MAOPS President
The future of telemedicine is rapidly changing, according to David Tannehill, DO, and president of Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS).