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Fall 2016 Briefly

Nuggets of news from across campus.


Five Ways Tigers are Tackling Autism

Mizzou is at the forefront of autism research.

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Joint Enterprise

$3 million gift establishes regenerative orthopaedics lab.

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Mizzou's Chart Toppers

Mizzou’s recent accomplishments glitter.


Crowd-Funded Cancer Research

Mizzou alumna chose for American Cancer Society fellowship.

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5 Ways Tigers are Showing Mizzou Some Love

A few things Tigers are doing to bring us all together

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Zoo Logic

Using the Vet-Med bone collection, first-year students in Mizzou's gross anatomy lab study animals inside and out.


The Case of the Foal with Two Mothers

Rare horse adoption takes place at Mizzou.

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Wellness Crusader

Truman Scholar Emily Waggoner works to change mental health policy.

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Body and Spirit

Positive spirituality can improve health.


Spring 2016 Briefly

Nuggets of news from across campus.

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Alumni Shape the Future of News

A new class of RJI fellows boast four alumni members.


(Un)common Folk

Biochemistry stalwart shares his story for Corps of Discovery lecture.

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Cook's Recipe

MU dynamo Jimi Cook is revolutionizing knee replacement surgery.



Mizzou alumna Winnie Fritz has always gone where there was no path and left a trail.

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Legacy of Care

Dr. Frank Mitchell did much to bring emergency medicine into the modern age.


Breaking Good

Mizzou Alternative Breaks changes the lives of students and those they serve.


Eat Better & Move More

Mizzou research offers timely tips for getting and staying healthy.


Building a Better Diagnostic Test for Breast Cancer

Next-generation breast cancer diagnostics could save lives.

Mizzou Match Day 2015

It’s a Match

Dreams come true for Mizzou medical students.

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MOPping Up Cartilage Grafts

MU researchers preserve cartilage for patients in need.

2015 Mizzou '39

High Hopes in Higher Ed

Why Poonam Sheevam doesn’t take her college education for granted.


Exercise in Later Years

Jo-Ana Chase looks out for elders’ health.


Summer 2015 Briefly

Nuggets of news from across campus.

Jennifer Linebarger

Value for Life

MAA’s 11,000th life member is an admirable ambassador.


An Exercise in Giving

Professor Frank Booth gives $1 million to support his own exercise research.

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Brewing Biofuel Innovation

MU professors form a startup to pursue a potential biofuel breakthrough.

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From Binge to Worse

A new study uncovers binge drinking’s genetic damage.


Spring 2015 Briefly

Nuggets of news from across campus.


Denny's Walking

Denny Griggs lost both his legs. MU’s free physical therapy clinic keeps him moving.

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