Vision research involves novel cryopreservation technique
The University of Missouri-Kansas City Vision Research Center is part of a $1.5-million National Institutes of Health grant-funded project exploring the capability of a novel, ultra-fast technique of cryopreservation that could help meet those far-reaching clinical needs in ophthalmology and a number of other fields of medicine. More >>
Following a childhood dream
A love of science led Marlena Long from the family farm to UMKC's six-year medical program. More >>
Health for all an elusive goal
UMKC Engagement Showcase, the university’s signature event celebrating Engagement Week, included a panel discussion on health equity led by the director of the new UMKC Health Equity Institute, Jannette Berkley-Patton, Ph.D., of the UMKC School of Medicine. More >>
Reaching the Community
School of Medicine researcher Kim Smolderen, Ph.D., is leading a project to raise community awareness of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and the cardiovascular risks associated with it in one of the city’s most underserved neighborhoods. More >>
Marilyn McGuyre, loved across four decades by the students she served at the School of Medicine, died Jan. 9 in Kansas City at the age of 73. McGuyre was an…
Backed by a $1.16 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, UMKC School of Medicine vision researcher Peter Koulen, Ph.D., is studying new chemical compounds to treat and prevent…
The School of Medicine announced that Charles Inboriboon, M.D., associate professor and associate program director for emergency medicine, has been appointed assistant dean for Graduate Medical Education. He will work…
The School of Medicine recognized four December graduates at UMKC Mid-Year Commencement Ceremony on Dec. 14 at Swinney Recreation Center. Students who participated in the ceremony and received their M.D.…
A new program launched earlier this year at the School of Medicine is helping develop and prepare underrepresented minority faculty for advancement from junior to senior faculty positions. The URM…
Dramatic collaboration shows the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV Gus Frank begins to share his story with a group of Kansas City teenagers. For about 20 minutes, he…
Stefan Lohfeld, Ph.D.
Department of Oral and Cranioficial Sciences
UMKC School of Dentistry
3D Printing with Microspheres for Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
January 29, 2020
Noon – 1 p.m.
School of Medicine, Theater C
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend
The KU School of Medicine in collaboration with UMKC SOM and Theater departments, and the Kansas City Art Institute presents the “What if” series of the Arts + Medicine program to bring together learners from different perspectives to explore the intersection of Art & Medicine.
We are excited to present our session “Music in Medicine: How Music Adds Meaning to Our Lives”. Participants are encouraged to give some thought in advance of their favorite piece of music or a piece that has been particularly meaningful in their life. Drs. Martin and Munro will lead off with examples of their own and the audience will then be invited to participate by sharing theirs. Any genre of music is acceptable, ideally the piece can be accessed on YouTube to allow it to be shared easily with the entire group.
Please RSVP at the link below if you will be able to join us on Monday, February 17th from 5:30-7:00 pm at Diastole Scholars’ Center on the campus of UMKC School of Medicine (2501 Holmes St.)
Admission is FREE and light refreshments will be served.
How the Medical Humanities Can Creatively Confront and Defuse Moral Distress That Arises in Day-to-Day Clinical Practice
John Lantos, M.D.
Professor of Pediatrics, UMKC School of Medicine
Director of Pediatric Bioethics, Children’s Mercy Kansas City
Noon – Wednesday, April 15, 2020
School of Medicine, Theater C
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