Dakota Rosenfelt, who has hemophilia, delivers TEDxUMKC talk Soon after Dakota J. Rosenfelt was born, doctors noticed bruises all over his body. They accused his parents of abuse. Then, when he was 13 months old, they figured out the true cause of the bruising: Rosenfelt had Severe Hemophilia A, a rare disorder that prevents his […]
Vivek Agrahari, who defended his doctoral dissertation at UMKC’s School of Pharmacy in November, is now working as a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Before leaving UMKC, Agrahari received two prestigious international awards: the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists-Graduate Student Research Award in Analysis and Pharmaceutical Quality and […]
Mark E. Patterson, assistant professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy, served as a research mentor in a national Veterans Affairs study on long-term kidney injury. The research, published in the National Kidney Foundation’s American Journal of Kidney Diseases, discovered that the use of sodium phosphate enemas, a common preparation for colonoscopies, […]
Our Students. Our Story. #UMKCGoingPlaces Pharmacy is in Elizabeth Rodman’s Blood ELIZABETH RODMAN Doctor of Pharmacy | School of Pharmacy | 2017 At UMKC, the students are our story. Look, listen and learn about us through interviews, photographs and videos of our students. Read the rest of the student stories and go to umkcgoingplaces.tumblr.com and […]
In 2005, when the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy opened the doors to a satellite location in Columbia on the University of Missouri campus, state and university officials had a specific goal in mind. They wanted to stem a problematic trend around the state.
Faculty from the UMKC Health Sciences Campus at Hospital Hill recently attended the Fourth Annual Interprofessional Education Symposium: Building a Bridge Between Education and Practice in the Bloch Executive Hall Auditorium. The UMKC Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Health Studies and Pharmacy continue to emphasize interprofessional education in curriculum through large-scale instructional activities and […]
Faculty from the UMKC Health Sciences Campus at Hospital Hill are invited to attend the free Fourth Annual Interprofessional Education Symposium: Building a Bridge Between Education and Practice from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4 at the Bloch Executive Hall Auditorium (BEH 218) on the Volker Campus.
Our Students. Our Story. #UMKCGoingPlaces Tiffany Stewart Wants to Help Other Veterans At UMKC, the students are our story. Look, listen and learn about us through interviews, photographs and videos of our students. Read the other student stories and go to umkcgoingplaces.tumblr.com and follow. TIFFANY STEWART Pharm.D. | School of Pharmacy | 2017 What led […]
Everyone knows Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Now there’s a day in the holiday season–in the true spirit of the season–for giving back. Giving ROOSday! Every dollar you give to support the UMKC Alumni Fund goes to support our students through scholarships, research and more. Visit the Giving ROOSday page on Dec. 1 to make […]
More than 300 pharmacy students from around the region attend annual conference in Kansas City UMKC APhA-ASP chapter honored for diabetes education and prevention efforts in 2014-2015 Kansas City hosted more than 300 student pharmacists Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 during a regional meeting of the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP).