APAMSA Health Fair
APAMSA Health Fair

APAMSA Health Fair

The Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association partnered with the Indian Association of Kansas City to conduct the annual IAKC Health Fair. More than 200 people took part in free health screenings for a number of medical conditions and received information on basic health and wellness. More >>

The Human Factor
The Human Factor

The Human Factor

The Sirridge Office of Medical Humanities and Bioethics is seeking submissions of original poetry, short stories, essays, photographs and artwork for a new edition of the Human Factor to be published later this year. UMKC Health Sciences students, faculty, residents, alumni and staff are encouraged to submit work to be considered for publication. More >>

School of Medicine honors 2015 Take Wing winner
School of Medicine honors 2015 Take Wing winner

School of Medicine honors 2015 Take Wing winner

Timothy Buie, M.D. ’84, has received numerous awards for his achievements and the School of Medicine added to those on May 19 by presenting him with the 2015 E. Grey Dimond, M.D., Take Wing Award. More >>

School of Medicine 5K Run
School of Medicine 5K Run

School of Medicine 5K Run

The School of Medicine sponsored the 2015 Hospital Hill 5K run on June 6. More >>

Match Day 2015
Match Day 2015

Match Day 2015

Thousands of graduating medical students mark a rite of passage every March. On Match Day, they learn where and in what speciality they will train as residents. More >>

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      Nikki Collier, a former senior support assistant in the Office of Student Affairs, has been named the education team coordinator for the Red Unit. Collier started her new role June 15. She replaced Gladys Zollar-Jones, who recently retired after a lengthy career of service at …
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