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Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati gives $200,000 to support cancer research
12/10/18: Ride Cincinnati continued its support of UC Cancer Institute scientists with the annual award of seven grants, totaling $200,000,to continue promising breast cancer research.

'Optimize Your Well-Being' symposium: Saturday, Jan. 12
The University of Cincinnati (UC) Center for Integrative Health and Wellness will host its 2019 community symposium “Optimize Your Well-Being” on Saturday, Jan. 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in UC’s Tangeman University Center.

Five from the College of Nursing honored at March of Dimes awards
A student and four faculty from the UC College of Nursing won awards at the March of Dimes Ohio Nurse of the Year Awards held in Columbus on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018.

UC researchers advance our knowledge of treating liver disease
A gene mutation that saved people in 14th century Europe from bubonic plague today may protect HIV patients co-infected with HCV from liver scarring, say UC researchers.

UC researcher explores family planning needs in South Africa’s Free State
A global health Grand Challenges Explorations grant allowed Jennifer Brown, PhD, to investigate peer-influenced approaches to reproductive education in South Africa.

UC co-sponsors conference addressing racial disparities in breastfeeding
“Taking Action for Equity” is the theme of the third annual Conference to Eliminate Racial Disparities in Breastfeeding and Infant Mortality on Dec. 11, 2018.

Pharmacy State of the College Address 2018
Tuesday, Nov. 13th marked the fifth annual State of the College Address for Neil MacKinnon, PhD, dean of the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy.

Survivorship program celebrates achieving Commission on Cancer requirement
The UC Cancer Institute’s Survivorship Program recently celebrated something many programs cannot—offering cancer survivors a continuing care plan after beating the disease.

Finding a cure for epilepsy is personal for PhD student
University of Cincinnati graduate student trustee and PhD candidate, Christin Godale's experiences living with epilepsy inspire her to pursue neuroscience research.

UC College of Medicine honors outstanding contributors to research
The College of Medicine celebrated its research successes and congratulated key contributors during the Research Recognition Program Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018.

iLEAD program at the College of Nursing creates a community
The UC College of Nursing has created the iLEAD program to provide mentoring to students and is looking to add alumni to the program.

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