KCU D’Agostino to Join Texas Tech
(Kansas City, Mo. – January 12, 2021) Kansas City University’s executive dean for the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM), Darrin D’Agostino, DO, MBA, MPH, will become the next provost and chief academic officer for Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC). D’Agostino, executive dean and vice president for health affairs at KCU, will step down and assume his new role this spring.
KCU Professor and Researcher Joins Search for Clues into Recently Discovered Dementia
J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation Offer $2M Challenge Grant for College of Dental Medicine
Congratulations to KCU’s Student DO of the Year Honorees
Message from the President: Look To Count Our Blessings
Kansas City University Recognized with Cigna Well-Being Award
Kansas City University (KCU) has been selected as a recipient of the annual Cigna Well-Being Award for demonstrating a strong commitment to improving the health and well-being of its employees through a workplace wellness program.
Let Go of Old Tools to Survive During a Crisis
Smokejumpers offer lessons for navigating today’s new normal.
Message from the President: Remain United on Civility, Decency and Compassion
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences updates name to Kansas City University
(Kansas City, Mo. - October 28, 2020) Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences will now operate as Kansas City University (KCU). This update reflects KCU’s expansion into a more comprehensive health sciences university and the need to consolidate all programs under one overarching name.
KCU Global Track students impact Kenyan community and win prestigious osteopathic research award
Kansas City University medical students who have an interest in oncology and a heart for the underserved earned a 1st place award in the Bureau of International Osteopathic Medicine (BIOM) 2020 Research Competition: Research Abstract Category for their work with women, children, and health care providers in Kenya on the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), the virus that causes cervical cancer.