Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence
From medical research to American literature, this year’s Chancellors Club professors cover many bases
*Congratulations to Kenneth Peterson, KU Medical Center, for receiving the Chancellors Club Research Award. Dr. Peterson is a 2006 K-INBRE Bridging Award recipient.
October 1, 2015—A University of Kansas Medical Center researcher who has discovered compounds that give hope to patients diagnosed with sickle cell disease and other genetic blood disorders, and a longtime KU English professor revered by students and colleagues alike are being honored respectively for their research and teaching by KU Endowment’s Chancellors Club.
Kenneth Peterson has been named the 2015 recipient of the Chancellors Club Research Award. James Carothers is the 2015 recipient of the Chancellors Club Career Teaching Award. Each will receive a $10,000 award and will be honored at the Oct. 30 Chancellors Club celebration in Lawrence. read more >>
KU Medical Center team finishes near the top in the Prostate Cancer Dream Challenge
*Brooke Fridley, Devin Koestler, and Rama Raghavan comprise the K-INBRE Bioinformatics satellite core at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
September 30, 2015—A team of faculty and students from the University of Kansas Medical Center Department of Biostatistics was among the top finishers in the Prostate Cancer Dream Challenge. The worldwide competition was designed to encourage teams to develop prognostic models that predict survival, disease progression, and toxicity of chemotherapy treatments in prostate cancer patients. read more >>
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