Graduate's Research Sheds Light on the Dreaded ACL Tear
World Aids Day: KCU Alum Cautions AIDS Epidemic is Different But Not Defeated
KCU Raises More than 1 Million Dollars in Centennial Gala
An elegant evening at Kansas City’s historic Union Station raised more than 1 million dollars towards a 16 million dollar goal as part of Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) Leading the Way Centennial Campaign.
KCU Welcomes Alumni to Centennial Homecoming Celebration
For Dr. Renee Volny Darko and her husband Dr. Nii-Daako Darko, KCU’s Centennial Homecoming is something special.
The couple met here as first year students, managed to mix med school with romance and eventually found time to get married.
KCU Alumnus Receives 2016 Power of One Award From Heart to Heart International
Royce Keilers, DO, a member of the 1965 graduating class of Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU), received Heart to Heart International’s (HHI) 2016 Power of One Award for his life’s work to advance primary care medicine and build bridges between people, organizations and cultures.
KCU Receives HCF Grant to Fight Obesity in Urban Neighborhoods
Score 1 for Health, an outreach program of Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, has received a two-year grant in the amount of $175,000 from the Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City. This funding will be used to expand CHAMPS (Coaching Health and Movement Program with Students), a successful pilot program that enlists volunteer medical students as health coaches for children identified as at risk for obesity.
Esteemed HIV Researcher Len Calabrese, DO, Joins KCU Board of Trustees
The Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU) is pleased to announce that Leonard Calabrese, DO, of the Cleveland Clinic, has joined the University’s board of trustees. A 1975 graduate of KCU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Calabrese is world renowned for his work in rheumatology and immunodeficiency diseases, particularly HIV and Hepatitis-C.