Dr. Staudinger serves as the Director of the MSSU-KCU Stress Research Consortium (MKRC). The MKRC is housed within the Biomedical Research Laboratory (BMRL), which is comprised of approximately 3,000 square feet of office and wet-lab space located 6.8 miles from the KCU campus on the campus of Missouri Southern State University (MSSU) in Joplin. Dr. Staudinger also serves as the course director for the Biomedical Science Research Elective (IDIS 198) offered through the KCU-COM. Student participation in this research elective course serves as an entry into ongoing research efforts, and is intended to provide a framework within which both KCU COM & two-year CKU COB M.S. students may engage in bio medical science research projects in Joplin. This course represents a mechanism by which students will receive academic credit for their participation in our research studies. These research-related activities are sponsored and located at the BMRL at MMSU, the KCU campus, or other approved regional partner institution(s) in Joplin.
Dr. Staudinger discloses that he has no relevant financial relationship with any organization producing, marketing, reselling, or distributing healthcare goods or services consumed by, or used on, a patient relative to the content of this presentation.
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