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Be Fit Program Personalizes Nutrition, Exercise Plans for Cancer Survivors
08/17/17: The UC Cancer Institute Survivorship Program’s Be Fit creates an individualized nutrition and exercise plan for survivors and helps them throughout recovery and beyond.

Pharmacy Faculty Recognized by AACP
Assistant Professor Ana Hincapie, PhD, has been recognized by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy with the Best Social and Administrative Sciences Research.

Department of Rehabilitation, Exercise & Nutrition Sciences Debuts
The CAHS Departments of Nutritional Sciences and Rehabilitation Sciences into the Department of Rehabilitation, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences.

Urban Health Project Allows Medical Students to Serve Community
Alyssa Lucas got a chance to really connect with women recovering from addiction.

First-Year Medical Students Urged to Find Their Humanity, Make a Difference
Robert Neel IV, MD, found his humanity caring for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

Med School Orientation Lesson: Self-Care Is a Must
College of Medicine lecture on self-care during class of 2021 orientation.

Clinical Trial to Examine Drug Combination as Treatment for LAM Patients
Researchers at UC begin a new clinical trial this fall, examining the potential role of a drug combination therapy to eliminate lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) cells.

For Fulbright Scholar, Lab Unlocks the Secrets of Health
Feature of Shaimaa Ibrahim, a Fulbright scholar, in latest Cincinnati Medicine.

Physicians in Training Ready to Wear White Coats at UC
UC College of Medicine welcomes 173 newly admitted first-year medical students Friday, Aug. 11, during the 22nd annual White Coat Ceremony, held at 10 a.m. at Aronoff Center

Neuroscience Facility Receives $41 Million in New Markets Tax Credits
UC Health will receive $41 million in New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) toward construction of the new home of the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute.

Visitor Training Program Brings HIV, Hematology Researcher to UC to Learn
In April through July 2017, Christine Sekaggya, MD, came to UC as part of the American Society of Hematology’s Visitor Training Program.

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