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Newly Identified ‘Thrifty’ Genetic Variant May Explain Samoan Obesity
07/25/16: A study involving researchers at UC may partly explain why Samoans have among the world's highest levels of obesity, based on a newly discovered genetic variant.

Summer Camp Offers Junior High Students a Health Professions Preview
25 junior high age students will take part in the HealthPath Summer Camp at UC's medical campus July 27-29.

UC's Kidney Transplant Researchers Prominent at National Conference
Kidney transplant researchers at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Medicine, however, have long been at the forefront of individualizing antirejection medications that allow patients and physicians to obtain better results following organ transplantation

College of Nursing Professor Chosen for Worldwide Apple Conference
Melissa Willmarth-Stec of the UC College of Nursing has been chosen to attend the Apple Distinguished Educator Global Institute in Berlin, Germany July 27-29.

Focus on Faculty With Jenelle Sobotka, PharmD
The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy welcomes Jenelle Sobotka, PharmD, to the position of professor and director of the online certificate and master’s programs in pharmacy leadership.

Study Shows Changes in Brain Activity After Mindfulness Therapy
Researchers at UC are studying how cognitive therapy that uses mindfulness techniques, such as meditation, may serve as an adjunct to antidepressant treatments.

Basic Laboratory Research at UC Leads to Phase I Clinical Trial for Cancer
After decades of laboratory research, the discoveries of Xiaoyang Qi, PhD, are being translated to clinical trials in humans, possibly helping thousands living with cancer.

3 Cancer and Cell Biology Grad Students Receive Federal F31 Research Awards
Three graduate students in the UC College of Medicine’s Cancer and Cell Biology Graduate Program have received F31 awards from the NIH.

Researchers Awarded $4.7M to Study Injury Following Traumatic Brain Injury
Rearchers in the UC Department of Neurosurgery are working hard to find a way to stop the wave of secondary injury that follows an initial blow to the head.

Corrected Air Quality Data Near Carroll County Natural Gas Extraction Sites
A 2015 study that linked natural-gas fracking in Carroll County, Ohio to increased air pollution has been corrected by the authors at Oregon State and UC.

College of Nursing Professor Named to AAN 2016 Fellows Class
Gordon Gillespie, PhD, associate professor and deputy director of the Occupational Health Nursing Program at the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Nursing has been name

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