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OCTOBER 2010 ISSUE: COVER STORY
Core Preclinical Imaging Facility Opens at Vontz
The systems are also equipped with fully integrated anesthesia and bio-monitoring tools to closely track vital signs during testing. This allows for more precise image acquisition. For example, a subject’s respiratory rate can be tracked during cardiac imaging studies so that—as in clinical testing in humans—image timing is adjusting for movement.
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West Chester Hospital Part of National Clinical Trial Examining Outcomes of Cardiac Procedures at Community Hospitals
West Chester Hospital and UC Health cardiologists have been selected to participate in a national clinical trial looking at whether or not there are differences in the outcome of angioplasty when performed in hospitals that do not offer cardiac surgery versus hospitals with heart surgery capabilities.
$24 Million Grant From U.S. Air Force Boosts Research
UC’s Institute for Military Medicine will be able to continue and expand its research on combat casualty care and aeromedical evacuation through a new agreement with the United States Air Force (USAF).
Looking to Hybrids for the Hearing Impaired
For several decades, technology has successfully helped those with mild hearing loss using hearing aids and those with severe to profound hearing loss using cochlear implants.
Electrophysiologist a Pioneer in One-of-a-Kind Program
Reza Mazraeshahi, MD, says his general cardiovascular diseases fellowship at UC is a time well thought of—a time when he learned a lot from a variety of well-known professionals.
New Orthopedic Surgeon Hopes to Inspire Women to Enter Specialty
When the newest member of the department of orthopedic surgery, Ying Chi, MD, says, "We are definitely in the minority,” she isn’t speaking about her Chinese-American cultural heritage. She’s speaking about her gender.
Program Gives Surgical Residents Medical Device Innovation Experience
Texas native Andrew Yoo, MD, never imagined himself living in Ohio. But the UC department of surgery’s track record for turning out skilled surgeons paired with its proximity to a medical device industry heavyweight like Ethicon Endo-Surgery made training in Cincinnati a natural choice.
Editing Journals a Labor of Love for Psychiatry's Nasrallah
The advice rings true, whether it comes from your Uncle Ned or an internationally known psychiatrist: In order to really excel at your job, you need to love what you do.
Williams Installed as New President
Gregory Williams was formally installed as UC’s 27th president on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, and announced a new strategic plan titled "UC2019►: Accelerating Our Transformation.”
UC Chapter of Research Society Sigma Xi Poised for Rejuvenation
The UC chapter of Sigma Xi, an international research society dedicated to promoting scientific enterprise and honoring scientific achievement, is poised for rejuvenation.
Nonprofit Organization Led by UC Faculty Continues to Help Impoverished in Africa
Village Life Outreach Project, Inc., a local nonprofit organization, has been reaching out to provide health care and education to people in the East African nation of Tanzania since 2004.
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