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Unaka Asks Students to Stay Purpose-Driven, Connected and Empathetic
08/13/18: Ndidi Unaka, MD, an assistant professor in UC Department of Pediatrics, gave the keynote address at the 23rd White Coat Ceremony for first-year medical students.

Women Majority of New Medical Students at UC Following National Trend
UC College of Medicine welcomes 179 first-year medical students in a class with women accounting for 57 percent of enrollees representing their largest presence ever.

Rare Lung Diseases Research Conference Coming to the Tristate in September
The 2018 International Rare Lung Diseases Research Conference and LAMposium, organized by UC, Cincinnati Children's and the LAM Foundation will be held Sept. 6-9.

Medical Student Madeline Perry Is One of Five Fulbright Scholars at UC
Madeline Perry, a fourth-year medical student in the College of Medicine, is one of five to receive a 2018-19 Fulbright Study Research Grant at UC.

Diller Appointed to Lead Educational Activities at UC College of Medicine
Philip Diller, MD, PhD, has been appointed senior associate dean for educational affairs at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

UCís StrokeNet Will Continue to Oversee All Stroke Trials for NIH
University of Cincinnati (UC) has been renewed as the national coordinating center for all clinical stroke trials within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) StrokeNet

Focus On Faculty With Katie Johnson, PharmD
The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy welcomes University of Cincinnati two-time alumna Katie Johnson, PharmD, to the pharmacy college faculty.

Study Finds Gender and Racial Disparities in Initial Hemodialysis Access
Women and Hispanics with end stage renal disease (ESRD) are less likely to use arteriovenous (AV) access than men and Caucasians according to new research from UC.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course at the Cincinnati Nature Center
The UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness is offering an 8-week experiential training course in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the Cincinnati Nature Center.

Patient on Road to Recovery Thanks to Neuroscience Team, and Time
After collapsing from a heart attack in December 2017, 51-year-old Mary Cooper remained in status epilepticus, or a constant state of seizure activity for nearly two weeks.

UCMC to Participate in Cardiac Arrest Research Study
A cardiac arrest research study will be performed in Cincinnati and several other locations in the United States under the Department of Health and Human Services regulations.

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