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2014 University of Cincinnati Inventors Honored
01/22/15: UC's Office of Research and the Office of Entrepreneurial Affairs and Technology Commercialization recognized 2014 patent recipients during the Jan. 21 men’s basketball game.

Environmental Health Researcher Awarded National Eye Institute Grant
Ying Xia, PhD, an associate professor in the Department of Environmental Health, has received a five-year competitive grant from the National Eye Institute.

Gardner Center Kicks off Rev It Up Challenge With Luncheon Jan. 28
Rev It Up 2015, a six-week online challenge for the title of “Greater Cincinnati’s Fittest Organization,” will kick off with a corporate team recruitment luncheon Jan. 28.

Biomedical Informatics Friday Speaker Series
Kenneth Kaufman, PhD, will present "Analysis of Next-Gen-DNA Sequence with CASSI (Cincinnati Analytical Suite for Sequencing Informatics)."

Students Effect Change in Pharmacy Law Governing Immunizations
Ohio state legislators have approved a bill that gives pharmacists and pharmacy interns an expanded scope of practice where immunizations are concerned.

Monthly Community Educational Series Focuses on Cancer
The UC Cancer Institute will hold a series of educational events throughout 2015 to teach the community about various types of cancer, risk factors and the interventions and t

Service Elevators to Be Shut Down Wednesday Night, Jan. 21
The service elevators in the Medical Sciences Building (MSB) will be shut down from 10 p.m. to midnight Wednesday, Jan. 21, for the installation of new card readers.

BPA Exposure Affects Heart Health of Males and Females Differently in Mice
Heart function and blood pressure in mice exposed to bisphenol A (BPA) from birth though adulthood are affected differently in males and females, with females at greater risk.

UC-Led Asbestos Research Guides EPA in Risk Assessment
Based in part on a study led by researchers at UC, the U.S. EPA has developed a Human Health Risk Assessment for a Superfund environmental cleanup site in Libby, Montana.

Two New Papers Shed Light on Stem Cell Mobilization
For three decades, Jose Cancelas, MD, has been on a quest to understand stem cell mobilization. Two recent studies mark significant progress.

Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning Showcase Jan. 28
The 2015 Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning Showcase on Wednesday, Jan. 28, will feature more than 40 presentations on the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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