Dr. Steven Zweig will serve as interim dean.
Physicians Committee offers School of Medicine free demonstration in opposition to live animals
Current training includes cutting into live pigs to practice procedural skills in the emergency room.
Twenty-two percent of students reported occasional public humiliation during their time of enrollment.
Recurring student mistreatment could lead to the school losing its accreditation in two years if the school fails to make improvements.
Many faculty felt the resignation was a firing by former Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin.
Indian Parliament member Anantkumar Hegde: “Almost 15 years ago, I had recognized the tremendous scientific potential of Katti. I am not surprised that he has won awards of scientific excellence from almost every nation on this planet."
“The global community recognizing that it is still an issue is important, but locally it is important to recognize that,” said Cale Mitchell, executive director of Central Missouri RAIN. “World AIDS day is a good way to do that.”
Biomedical Sciences department chair Harold Laughlin emphasized the importance of exercise in order to combat the rise of Type 2 diabetes.
Aged garlic extract and one of its compounds, FruArg, may inhibit neurological damage caused by common stressors.
Steines brings 17 years of experience in health care financial management.
About 130 people attended the brunch and evening gala event.
MU’s Rural Track Pipeline Program allows medical students to work in rural areas over the summer.
The donation will be used to fund cancer research and create the Frances T. McAndrew Endowed Chair in Oncology.
MU graduates an impressive amount of students with family medicine residencies.
The $4.5-million grant will fund three major projects concerning vascular surgery, nursing facility discharges and narcotics prescriptions.
The university plans to add 300 physicians and 3,500 jobs to the workplace.
A total of $1.3 million was bequeathed to further research into diseases affecting vision and the heart.
MU agreed to become a national partner of the Cristo Rey Network, which supports Catholic college preparatory high schools.
The policy is new, starting this semester.