KCU Shines Light in the Darkness
On National Remembrance Day, KCU’s Center for Medical Education Innovation took on an amber glow in remembrance of those who lost their lives from COVID – we keep their families in our hearts.
The amber lights also signify the dedication and superhuman effort of frontline health care workers during this pandemic – we wholeheartedly thank you and pray for your safety.
Safety & Efficacy in COVID Vaccine Emergency Authorization
Join us on Friday, Jan. 29 for the first in a series of four webinars presented by the Center for Practical Bioethics that explores the ethical, equity and justice issues in emergency authorizations for the COVID vaccine. This discussion will feature panelists from the National Institutes of Health, Emory University Center for Ethics, Urban Indian Health Institute, and will be moderated by Dr. D'Agostino.
Mabee Foundation Offers Challenge Grant for College of Dental Medicine
The J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, for a second time, expressed its confidence in and support for the Kansas City University (KCU) mission to improve the well-being of the community it serves.
Preparing You to Answer the Call
Your dream may be to make a difference in the life sciences as a physician, psychologist, researcher or scientist. Our drive is to help you realize that dream by providing the highest quality educational programs that prepare you to meet the heath care needs of the future. At KCU, we want to prepare you to answer your call with every tool and skill you can possibly fit into four years.