KCU professor works alongside students to amplify growth and development
Jennifer Dennis, MS, PhD, KCU chair of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences, speaks on working alongside students to amplify growth and development.
KCU alumnus receives Family Physician of the Year Award
The Missouri Academy of Family Physicians (MAFP) presented Charlie Rasmussen, DO, FAAFP, of Reeds Spring, with the 2022 Family Physician of the Year Award at its 74th annual meeting.
Dr. Ken Stewart discusses important information about shingles on Living Well
Dr. Ken Stewart, KCU-Joplin assistant professor of primary medicine, shares important information about shingles.
Given a death sentence in 1985, Kansas City man reflects on HIV diagnosis 37 years ago
KCU's Dr. Benjamin Grin, assistant professor of Primary Care, and HIV survivor Joseph Clark joined Up To Date on World AIDS Day to discuss the stigma and advancements in care for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
The road ahead: A Native American woman's journey to shaping future physicians
"Just as I was never ashamed of being Native American or a migrant worker, I was never ashamed of my breast cancer diagnosis," said Glenna Wallace. "I had to have a mastectomy."
Dr. Young began service as draftee, served 37 years
For 40 years, Dr. Mike Young's father was a doctor for the Jamestown community. When graduating from Jamestown High School in 1964, it is of little surprise that Young chose to enter into the medical profession by enrolling at Central Missouri State College in Warrensburg. Little did he realize that a pause in his educational endeavors would soon come from the U.S. Army and inspire a 37-year military career.
This teeth-whitening hack has millions of views on TikTok, but is it legit?
Dr. Erinne Kennedy, KCU's director of predoctoral education and assistant professor of dental, speaks to Shape about the dangers of DIY teeth-whitening hacks.
KCPD and KCU partner in breathing techniques study
Kansas City Police Department and KCU partner in breathing techniques study.
In the eye of the storm
Utah native and third-year osteopathic medical student doctor Winston Sorhaitz and his family relocated to Fort Myers, Florida, in the summer of 2022 for his clinical clerkship rotations. Little did they know they would find themselves in the eye of Hurricane Ian, a catastrophic Category 4 storm that killed more than 100 people and left a path of destruction in its wake.