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UC Neuroscience Institute Adds Neuromuscular as 10th Center
09/17/14: The U Neuroscience Institute announced today that it has designated its neuromuscular program as a Center of Excellence, bringing the number of centers within UCNI to 10.

Symposium Showcases Occupational Health and Safety Research
Scientists will discuss the latest occupational and environmental health research at the UC Education and Research Center’s 15th annual Pilot Research Project Symposium.

Slice Night Cincinnati Benefiting UC Cancer Institute Oct. 2
Enjoy all-you-can-eat pizza and support the UC Cancer Institute at Slice Night Cincinnati, being held from 5 to 10 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 2. The event is being sponsored by UC H

Lofgren: Quality, Safety and Efficiency Are UC Health Goals
Amid a shifting marketplace and changing health care landscape, Richard Lofgren, MD, is confident UC Health can control its fate by designing its systems around the patient.

UC College of Medicine’s Mini Medical College Begins Oct. 1
The annual UC Mini Medical College, a window into the workings of modern medicine, will start Wednesday, Oct. 1, for interested students from all ages and walks of life.

Focus on Administration With Melinda Butsch Kovacic, MPH, PhD
The College of Allied Health Sciences would like to welcome Melinda Butsch Kovacic, MPH, PhD, to the position of associate dean of research!

Stem Cells Have Potential to Repair Diseased Corneas
One method being studied at the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine is the transplantation of human umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UMSC) into the cornea stroma.

Magnets Help Cure Chronic Acid Reflux, Only System Locally Offering LINX
Magnets are helping Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center pediatric nephrologist Jens Goebel, MD, and Hoxworth Blood Center clinical lab scientist David Puckett lead h

Hepatitis C Infection the Focus of $900,000 CDC Award
UC professor has received a three-year, $900,000 grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to study and combat the spread of hepatitis C.

Fracking Raises Concerns Among Community Leaders, Study Indicates
Community leaders in areas that are considering hydraulic fracturing express a number of concerns about the practice’s potential impact on public health, according to a study.

Red Bike Opens, Adding Sustainable Transportation Option
A new, sustainable option for getting around Uptown and beyond came to the medical campus Monday, Sept. 15, when the city of Cincinnati’s bike sharing program made its debut.

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