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Missouri state capitol

Doctor, Veterinarian Funding Restored

Expansion of doctor and veterinarian training is back on after Nixon’s veto upheld.

James Nave

Veterinarian Adds Another Honor

Veterinarian James Nave returns to Missouri to receive Iron Paw Award.


Bridget McCandless

Patient Partner

Alumna provides more than health care at free clinic.

Janet Farmer

MU to Host Childhood Obesity Symposium

Multiple factors contribute to obesity.


Kris Hagglund

Health Professions Hires New Dean

Kristofer Hagglund takes the reins as dean of health professions.

Annie and Melissa Watsek, and Shay and Shelby Noll

Double Vision

Two sets of identical twins walk the halls of the School of Nursing.


3-D printed objects

Printing a New Dimension

3-D printing at MU is sparking medical and manufacturing breakthroughs.

Gwynn Hall

Reconstructing Nutrition

MU Nutritional Center for Health to open in renovated Gwynn Hall.


Stephen Kanne

Autism Center Broadens Reach

Executive director meets with health professionals across the state.

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Fighting Harmful Bacteria

A new therapy tackles the scourge of strep throat.


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Second Chance

Organ transplant coordinator's job begins when patients pass away.

South America Summer Program

African Queens

Twelve vet med students traveled to South Africa for a wild experience.


Deidre Bales-Poirot

Living in the Alley

Nursing doctoral student provides care in Moore aftermath.

Rick Baker

Back to Medical Basics

MU Health Care employees travel to Haiti for weeklong medical mission.


Kris Hagglund

Health Professions Announces New Leader

School of Health Professions will have its second-ever dean.

Harry and Linda Berrier

The Boss of Sauce

MU professor will be remembered for his Show-Me sauce.


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First Person

STEP Program partners medical students with active seniors.

Fred Hawthorne

Breakthrough Cancer-Killing Treatment Has No Side Effects

Funding sought for human trials.


Charles Worley

Service Runs Deep

Two MU faculty members use personal experiences to benefit the lives of others.

Tim Evans

Excellent Teaching

2013 Kemper Fellowships for Teaching Excellence announced.


Cottrell and Kay Fox

Spaniel Spurs $5 Million Cancer Research Gift

Major gifts to MU fund cancer research, scholarships.

Health-Professions

Growing Professions

Health programs are in high demand.


Shramik Sengupta

When Septic Shock is Good

Electricity can diagnose deadly sepsis quickly.

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Hope Springs

Super Bowl commercial’s star foal lives up the road.


ACL research

More Than Fun and Games

Dr. Aaron Gray hopes to use video game technology to prevent ACL injuries.

Stefan Sarafianos

AIDS Research

A newly discovered HIV mutation helps drug therapy.


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Battlefield Lessons

Trauma care in mid-Missouri owes a lot to American soldiers fighting overseas.

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Heal Early, Heal Often

Marilyn Rantz keeps elders healthy.


1920 Mizzou basketball team

A Tree of Tigers

Houk family includes four generations of Mizzou alumni.

Ginger Holmes Robinson in Vietnam

Facing Challenges

Ginger Robinson faces the challenges of running a nonprofit organization and beating cancer.


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