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Intracellular Protein May Impact Efficacy of Common Diabetes Drug
06/19/18: Scientists at the UC College of Medicine are studying how a small intracellular protein, Hsp20, may affect the efficacy of a common drug used to treat diabetes.

Acute Kidney Injury Episodes Before Dialysis May Pose Post-Dialysis Harm
Nephrology researchers at the UC College of Medicine found that hospitalizations associated with acute kidney injury before dialysis adversely impacted dialysis outcomes.

Study Suggests Transport Times for Stroke Patients Could Be Extended
UC researchers have found that the current transport time guidelines for EMS to get stroke patients to a medical center with advanced stroke care may be too short.

Blackard Leads Medical Student Research Initiatives
Jason Blackard, PhD, has been named director of medical student research initiatives in the UC College of Medicine.

UC Scientist Receives $2 Million Grant to Study Atherosclerosis
UC scientist receives $2 million grant from the National, Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to unlock what role a protease-activated receptor 2 (PAR2)—plays in atherosclerosis.

Annual Cancer Institute Event Addresses Local Health Disparities in Cancer
With national cancer health disparities known, the UC Cancer Institute is doing its part to tackle this issue locally and is dedicating its fifth annual retreat to the issue.

AMIT Student Poster Presentation Accepted for International Conference
Jessica Horn, a student in the College of Allied Health Sciences AMIT program, had her senior capstone poster accepted to be presented at an international conference.

Magnetic Force: How TMS Therapy for Depression Got Patient Back on Stage
Treatment-resistant depression therapies like transcranial magnetic therapy, or TMS, may help those who don't respond to medication.

High School Students Get a Peek Into Their Potential Future
Scholar students from LaSalle High School got a first-hand look at potential career paths in medicine during a visit to the UC Department of Emergency Medicine.

UC Research Widely Represented at 2018 American Transplant Congress
For decades, UC's College of Medicine Transplant Program has broken new ground in the field of organ transplantation which continues at the 2018 American Transplant Congress.

$1.25 Million Grant Will Study Infection Control in Histoplasmosis Patients
A $1.25 million five-year grant from the NIH will allow a UC researcher to determine whether or not the HIF-1α could control infection in histoplasmosis patients.

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