New Research Suggests Simple Blood Test May Detect Early Stages of Alzheimer's Disease
Aug 29, 2017
A simple blood test to detect the very early stages of Alzheimer’s disease may one day be a reality. Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences...
Dr. Leonard Calabrese, KCU Alum & Member of Board of Trustees, Involved in Groundbreaking Study on Empathy
Aug 7, 2017
How much does a physician’s ability to empathize impact the process of healing? Quite a bit according to world-renowned HIV researcher and Kansas City...
KCU Biosciences Student Joins MRI Global Research on Zika
Aug 3, 2017
Zika. Just a couple of years ago, few people would have recognized the word. Today, the Zika virus is not only known, but feared, after following an outbreak...
KCU Student and Sarnoff Fellow Ryan Coute Published in Journal of the American Heart Association
Jul 21, 2017
KCU is proud to acknowledge the important research of student doctor Ryan Coute, whose work as a Sarnoff Fellow has been published in the prestigious Journal...
KCMD Now Includes Four Prominent Research Institutions
Jul 12, 2017
MU joins collaboration among KCU, KUMC and UMKC.
KCU Anatomy Fellow Research Provides Surgeons with Helpful Information About Ankle Ligament
Jun 29, 2017
This week, anatomy fellow Amy Whitaker presented her thesis defense entitled, “Biomechanical and Morpholocial Variation of the Anterior Talofibular...
Graduate's Research Sheds Light on the Dreaded ACL Tear
May 18, 2017
(Photo: Kyle Busch, Clark Stephenson, Robert Comrie, Matt Daggett, DO) When Kyle Busch graduates from KCU on Saturday, May 20, his name will already appear on...
KCU Student Doctor Kellee Neal Explains Why the Research Symposium is Important to Her and Fellow Students
By Kellee Neal, MS Apr 12, 2017
The research symposium is an important event at KCU. Being able to participate in research can enhance student’s applications for residency and help us...
KCU Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Research Symposium
Mar 31, 2017
Students and faculty showcased their research and learned from renowned scientists at KCU’s 25th annual Research Symposium held March 22, 2017. This...
Student Research Finds Means to Help Reduce Nerve Injury During Facial Plastic Surgery
Feb 7, 2017
The identification of simple intraoperative markings, which can assist surgeons in avoiding lobular branch injury during rhytidectomy dissection, is the...
Researcher Finds Evidence Probiotics May Alleviate Progression of ALS
Feb 2, 2017
An imbalance of bacteria in the digestive tract may contribute to the progression of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) according to new research led by KCU...