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UC Brain Tumor Center offers student group a peek inside the brain
12/11/18: High school students from Summit Academy visit UC campus and medical center, to learn about brain tumors and neurosurgery.

First North American Study of Medication Errors Co-Authored by UC College of Pharmacy Dean
The study, says co-author Neil MacKinnon, PhD, dean of the University of Cincinnati’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, now serves as a baseline to study medication errors.

Focus on pharmacy alumni: Nicole McCardy
The company Nicole McCardy currently works for is on the smaller side, which gives her the opportunity to work with a variety of product types.

UC staffer honored to attend George H.W. Bush state funeral
Teresa Donovan, program manager for the Center for Environmental Genetics in the at the UC College of Medicine attended President Bush's state funeral.

Andrea Wall retires from College of Pharmacy
Andrea Wall, associate dean for student and alumni affairs at the University of Cincinnati (UC) James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, will be retiring after 31 years.

Kelly Epplen, PharmD, named new associate dean
Associate Professor Kelly Epplen, PharmD, BCACP, FASHP, will transition to her new role as associate dean of student affairs of the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy on Jan. 1, 2019.

Focus on graduate students: Stephanie Ventura Morris
Fifth-year PhD candidate Stephanie Ventura Morris had a stellar 2018.

UC research finds chronic rhinitis impacts asthma hospital readmissions
Patients hospitalized for either asthma or COPD have a higher risk of being readmitted for a hospital stay within 30 days of release if they also suffer from chronic rhinitis.

Orthopaedic surgeon gives patient a leg up - by saving it
Robert Moore realizes how close he came to losing his leg and how much faith he put in Wyrick from the get-go, even when he was sent home with the instructions on how to crank the device—solo.

Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati gives $200,000 to support cancer research
Ride Cincinnati continued its support of UC Cancer Institute scientists with the annual award of seven grants, totaling $200,000,to continue promising breast cancer research.

'Optimize Your Well-Being' symposium: Saturday, Jan. 12
The University of Cincinnati (UC) Center for Integrative Health and Wellness will host its 2019 community symposium “Optimize Your Well-Being” on Saturday, Jan. 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in UC’s Tangeman University Center.

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