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U.S. Department of Defense Funds Metastatic Prostate Cancer Research
03/27/15: UC Department of Environmental Health and Cincinnati Cancer Center researchers were awarded grants from the U.S. Department of Defense to continue prostate cancer research.

Researcher Betters Local Communities Through Environmental Health Studies
Erin Haynes is one of many female researchers at the University of Cincinnati who uses community-engaged practices to influence her scientific work.

Two UC Cancer Institute Survivorship Research Pilot Grants Awarded
Winners of the 2015 UC Cancer Institute Cancer Survivorship Pilot Research Grant have been announced.

UC Receives Award for Blood Drive Success
Hoxworth Blood Center and UC received the School Blood Drive Award this week from the America’s Blood Centers in recognition of last year’s campuswide blood drive.

Free Sexual Health in Cancer Survivors Seminar April 25
The UC Cancer Institute’s Survivorship Program is hosting, "Rediscover Your Sexual Health: Sexual Health in Cancer Survivors” seminar from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., April 25.

UC Studies Safe Patient Handling to Reduce Health Care Provider Injuries
A $250,000 state grant will fund University of Cincinnati-led research to examine whether the combination of education along with the use of lift assist equipment in long-term care facilities can reduce injuries to care providers.

Tai Chi, Yoga Offered at ‘Let’s Move! UC’ Event April 3
The UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness will host a booth at the upcoming Let’s Move! UC Health and Wellness Fair, Friday, April 3, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cincinnati Children's Receives Award for Newborn Screening Data Resource
Researchers are receiving $2.2 million to develop a sophisticated national data resource to pilot new technologies and treatments of children with rare genetic disorders.

Focus On Students With Divya Ramchandani
PhD candidate Divya Ramchandani joined the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy in 2010 to pursue a doctoral degree in pharmaceutical sciences.

Results Are In for Match Day 2015
A third of UC's graduating medical students will stay in Ohio for their primary residency training.

Hope for Accreta Blood Drive Returns to Hoxworth Friday, April 3
Thanks to the success of the first Hope for Accreta Awareness Event/National Blood Drive, the event will return Friday, April 3, ith Hoxworth Blood Center participating.

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