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Christopher Lewis named a “2014 Champion for Children”
01/28/15: Christopher Lewis, MD, assistant dean for diversity and inclusion in the College of Medicine, was honored at a Jan. 24 ceremony as a “2014 Champion for Children.”

Gene Linked to Parkinson's Now Also Linked to Lung Cancer, Research Shows
A study involving researchers in UC’s Department of Environmental Health has identified a gene that could be tied to increased risk of lung cancer.

NCI Director To Keynote Cancer Survivorship Event March 27
Survivoship conference will be held March 27 at the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center.

New Program Aims to Improve Processes, Relieve Patient Worry
Leaders at the UC Cancer Institute have initiated the Sleepless Nights project to increase patient satisfaction and improve processes in all stages of breast cancer care.

UC and UC Health to Host Second Annual National Telehealth Conference
The UC College of Nursing, UC Health and other local and regional partners will host the second annual National Telehealth Conference March 19-20, 2015.

2015 Nightingale Nominations Due Feb. 28
The UC College of Nursing is now accepting nominations for the 23nd annual Florence Nightingale Awards for Excellence in Nursing.

Michael Petrany Is the First Whitsett Fellow in the MD/PhD Program
Michael Petrany was exposed to the marriage of research and medicine while still an undergraduate at Xavier University.

Study: Perceptions of Drug's Cost May Affect How Much Patients Benefit
People’s perceptions of the cost of a drug may affect how much they benefit from the drug, even when they are receiving only a placebo, according to new research from UC.

2015 Diversity and Inclusion Seminar Series
Mark your calendars for the February speaker series "Diversity and Inclusion: Education, Collaboration and Transformation.”

Unique Expertise at UC Leads Patient to Diagnosis, Better Quality of Life
“I want others to know about the expertise available right here in Cincinnati. They told me what other experts couldn’t, and my life has improved because of it."

Consortium-Backed Study Focuses on How Chronic Pain Develops
In the first study sponsored by the newly formed Midwest Pain Consortium, UC researchers will study how chronic pain develops in women with osteoarthritis of the knee.

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