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Date: Monday, July 27, 2009

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 University Hospital

University Hospital Ranked No. 27 for ENT
University Hospital was ranked No. 27 for ear, nose and throat services in this year’s “America’s Best Hospitals” list, published by U.S.News and World Report. The list ranked hospitals in 16 specialties, comparing 4,861 hospitals against each other in measurements of reputation, death rate, patient safety and other care-related factors. Only 174 hospitals scored high enough to be ranked in one of the specialties.
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Students Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha
Seven College of Medicine students have been selected for induction into the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) National Honorary Medical Society at the end of their third year. The students are Jared Bentley, Catherine Combs, Robert Isfort, Robert Orlowski, Jeff Sutton, Paul Toste and Kara vonZychlin.
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Next Generation Biomedical Investigator Awards
The Center for Environmental Genetics (CEG) is accepting nominations for the 2009-2010 Next Generation Biomedical Investigator awards, which support career development activities. Nominees must have a research interest in better understanding gene-environment interactions and their effects on health. Eligible candidates are junior-level investigators, defined as having been appointed to an entry-level full time academic position within the last 36 months. For more information, contact Elizabeth Kopras at or (513) 558-3625.

 Stephen Thomas

Thomas Honored by Medical Internal Dosimetry
Stephen Thomas, PhD, of radiology, has been selected to receive the SNM Loevinger-Berman Award in recognition of his contributions to medical internal dosimetry as it relates to nuclear medicine. The award was established in 1999 by the Medical Internal Radiation Dose (MIRD) Committee in honor of Robert Loevinger and Mones Berman, who formulated the MIRD schema for internal dose calculations.
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