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Air Pollution Exposure Near Conception Raises Risk of Birth Defects
12/11/17: Women exposed to air pollution just prior to conception or during the first month of pregnancy face an increased risk of their children being born with birth defects.

Hoxworth Blood Center Director Named ACCA President
Ronald Sacher, MD, director of Hoxworth Blood Center, has been appointed as the 2018 president of the American Clinical and Climatological Association.

Knights of Peter Claver Raise Funds for UCMC Adult Sickle Cell Center
The Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary St. Joseph of the West End Council/Court 363 in Cincinnati have donated $3,500 to the Adult Sickle Cell Center at UCMC.

MacKinnon Recognized by ASHP-ASBP for Diversity and Inclusion Efforts
MacKinnon, known as “Dean Mac” to UC pharmacy students, was recently recognized for these efforts, as the recipient of the 2017 joint leadership award presented by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) and the Association of Black Health-System Pharmacists (ASBP).

UC Med Mentors Will Double the Number of Laptops Offered
UC med students serving as mentors will be able to double the number of laptops they provide to local elementary school students thanks to two $10,000 grants.

Focus on New Pharmacy Faculty Matthew Robson, PhD
Matthew Robons, PhD, joins the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy as an assistant professor in the division of pharmaceutical sciences at the James L. Winkle College of Pharm

UC Health Kidney Transplant Program Reaches New Milestone
Fifty years ago, University of Cincinnati Medical Center surgeons pioneered transplantation in Greater Cincinnati by performing the hospital’s first kidney transplant.

College of Nursing Leadership Receives Diversity and Inclusion Award
Greer Glazer and Karen Bankston have been awarded the 2018 Foundation Lectureship Award for Diversity, Inclusion and Sustainability in Nursing Education.

Pharmacy College Collaborates With Educators From Japan
College of Pharmacy recently hosted health care professionals from the Health Professional Development Center at the Chiba University Hospital in Chiba, Japan

Targeted Treatment Could Prevent Spread of Pancreatic Cancer, Heart Damage
Researchers at the UC College of Medicine have shown that a new targeted treatment could benefit patients with certain pancreatic tumors.

Smart Regions Conference Panels Tackle Tough Subjects, Feature UC Experts
Earlier this fall, the first-ever Smart Regions conference looked to tackle some of the Tristate’s toughest issues. 2 UC experts served as panelists.

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