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Medical School Graduates Urged to Get Back to Basics
05/29/16: A university trustee along with faculty and staff offered remarks Saturday, May 28, at the College of Medicine Honors Day ceremony at Aronoff Center in downtown Cincinnati.


05/28/16
UC College of Medicine Awards Highest Honor
Scott Rauch, MD, and Arnold Schwartz, PhD, are the 2016 recipients of the Daniel Drake Medal, the College of Medicine's highest honor.


05/26/16
Integrative Medicine Supporters Celebrate Milestone
The first annual “Founding Friends” recognition event May 5.


05/26/16
College of Nursing Associate Dean Wins American Nurses Association Award
Karen Bankston, associate dean of the UC College of Nursing has received the 2016 Mary Mahoney Award by the American Nurses Association.


05/26/16
UC Medical Center Again Named Top Hospital for Stroke Care
UC Medical Center honored for the third time with Gold Quality Achievement Award for its commitment to quality stroke care.


05/25/16
Daughter, Mom Want to Practice Family Medicine
Codie-Anne Crew is one of 169 students in the College of Medicine who will receive medical degrees during Honors Day set for Saturday, May 28, 2016, at Aronoff Center.


05/25/16
College of Medicine Graduates Class of 2016 Saturday, May 28
UC College of Medicine will award medical degrees to 169 graduates at the 2016 Honors Day ceremony, starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 28, at the Aronoff Center for the Arts


05/25/16
Construction Project Includes New College of Allied Health Sciences Home
A $98 million construction project, done in several segments, will result in a new home for the College of Allied Health Sciences.


05/24/16
Professors Take a Pie in the Face to Raise Funds and Generate Laughs
Each year, the UC College of Medicine student chapter of the American Medical Association hosts a "Pie-A-Prof" fundraising event to support educational/charity activities.


05/24/16
Study Shows Area Undamaged by Stroke Remains So, Regardless of Time
A study led by Achala Vagal, MD, found no evidence of time dependence on damage outcomes for the penumbra, tissue that is at risk of progressing to dead tissue during stroke.


05/24/16
African-Americans, Men, Young Patients More Likely to Receive Neuroimaging
A team led by Achala Vagal, MD, wanted to see whether differences in race, sex and/or age mattered when it came to neuroimaging use.

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