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New Trial at UC Tests Brain Stimulation as an Aid to Stroke Rehabilitation
06/14/17: A new trial at the University of Cincinnati (UC) will test the possible benefits of non-invasive brain stimulation on hand and arm function as part of stroke rehabilitation.

UC Approves New Department of Pharmacology and Systems Physiology
The UC Board of Trustees at its meeting this morning has approved the creation of the Department of Pharmacology and Systems Physiology in the College of Medicine.

Liver Life Walk June 17
Sign up for the 2017 Liver Life Walk scheduled for Saturday, June 17, at Sawyer Point. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m., and the walk begins at 10 a.m.

UC Department of Internal Medicine Honors Trainees' Research
UC Department of Internal Medicine honors research from new investigators as part of the 6th Annual Internal Medicine Research Symposium.

Research Study in Need of Breastfeeding Women
The UC Maternal and Child Nutrition Lab is in need of women currently breastfeeding to take part in a research study the week of June 19, 2017.

Cancer Event Brings Together All Ages to Implement Community Programs
The UC Cancer Institute will hold a half-day retreat involving members of the community to develop ideas for cancer prevention, detection, treatment, recovery and research.

Emergency Medicine Department Chair Makes 100th Hoxworth Blood Donation
Art Pancioli, MD, Professor and Richard C. Levy Chair of Emergency Medicine at the UC College of Medicine recently made his 100th donation at Hoxworth Blood Center.

West Chester Hospital Winner of Top Workplaces Award
The Cincinnati Enquirer has named UC Health's West Chester Hospital a winner of 2017 Top Workplaces.

UC Medical Center Awarded Gold Plus, Honor Roll Elite Plus for Stroke Care
UC Medical Center has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Aw

An Old Drug May Offer a New Treatment for Young Heart Patients
A University of Cincinnati heart researcher hopes an old drug may offer a new cure for treating children born with only one functioning ventricle in the heart.

Allied Health Sciences Seeking 20th Anniversary Award Nominations
The College of Allied Health Sciences is accepting nominations for its 20 in 20 Award honorees.

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