Because of budget cuts, many medical school employees at the University of Kansas Medical Center won’t get cost-of-living increases, support staff will be reduced, the number of slots for the M.D. and Ph.D. program will be reduced, and funding for the school’s post-doctoral program will decrease.
Because of budget cuts, many medical school employees at the University of Kansas Medical Center won’t get cost-of-living increases, support staff will be reduced, the number of slots for the M.D. and Ph.D. program will be reduced, and funding for the school’s post-doctoral program will decrease. File photo
Because of budget cuts, many medical school employees at the University of Kansas Medical Center won’t get cost-of-living increases, support staff will be reduced, the number of slots for the M.D. and Ph.D. program will be reduced, and funding for the school’s post-doctoral program will decrease. File photo

KU, KU Med to cut millions of dollars’ worth of programs, staffing, tech

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