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Leader’s Clinical Practice & Research Catalyze Immediate Impact at KU Medical Center
Leader’s Clinical Practice & Research Catalyze Immediate Impact at KU Medical Center

Medicine is multi-dimensional, but the pandemic has brought two important areas, research and practice, to the forefront in an unprecedented way. For Dr. Mario Castro, Vice…

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MU School of Nursing Trailblazers Impact Senior Care During Global Pandemic
MU School of Nursing Trailblazers Impact Senior Care During Global Pandemic

A good partnership is often greater than the sum of its individual parts. For Dr. Amy Vogelsmeier, Associate Professor at the University of Missouri (MU) Sinclair School of…

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Learn. Adapt. Thrive…Together: Questions with Calaneet
Learn. Adapt. Thrive…Together: Questions with Calaneet

BioNexus KC’s annual event will feature Calaneet Balas, President and CEO of The ALS Association, as the keynote speaker. Balas leads the organization in three mission area…

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Health Forward President & CEO Confronts Racism, Poverty to Improve Health Outcomes
Health Forward President & CEO Confronts Racism, Poverty to Improve Health Outcomes

When advocating for the uninsured and underserved communities in and around Kansas City, there are plenty of immediate needs, but the bigger obstacles are upstream. Qiana T…

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K-State Professor Applies Network Science to Disease Outbreaks
K-State Professor Applies Network Science to Disease Outbreaks

Approaching a contagious disease outbreak is reactionary by nature. By design, the scientific method requires evidence, an attempt to solve and further analyzing of the res…

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Children’s Mercy Director Fostering Regional Resources to Diagnose, Treat Rare Pediatric Diseases
Children’s Mercy Director Fostering Regional Resources to Diagnose, Treat Rare Pediatric Diseases

Medicine is often referred to as an “art” rather than a science. Art by its nature is creative, reactive, and emotive. With more genetic research and functional DNA analysi…

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WISER KC Platform Encourages Women to Elevate Each Other, Be Catalysts for Change
WISER KC Platform Encourages Women to Elevate Each Other, Be Catalysts for Change

Kansas City Women in Science, Entrepreneurship, and Research (WISER) united virtually on June 24th. This event provided a unique opportunity for women to learn, share exper…

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Children’s Mercy Director Rallies Collaboration for Autism Research
Children’s Mercy Director Rallies Collaboration for Autism Research

An exceptional researcher must have fundamental skills of documentation and exploration, all while keeping an eye on the horizon for the unknown. That trailblazing spirit h…

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