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KU awarded Christopher Crenner, a historian and internist, the Robert P. Hudson/Ralph H. Major Professorship in the History and Philosophy of Medicine. Crenner is chair of the Department of History and Philosophy and author of Private Practice. Crenner joined the staff at KU 1998 and was named chair of the department in 2004.


The Edwards Campus launched a new outreach program this fall for employers in Johnson County and greater Kansas City called Professional Edge. The program provides professional development in the workplace. Designed as a free service, more than 60 presentation topics are available.


Kore Liow, clinical associate professor of internal medicine and director of the Via Christi Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, is leading a clinical trial in the use of an implant to fight epilepsy. The implant, known as the Responsive NeuroStimulator, is being tested in 18 epilepsy centers in the United States, including universities such as Yale, Johns Hopkins, Dartmouth and Baylor.

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