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Search for Justice Leads to UC's Psychiatry Department
When producers of a public television documentary examining police procedure in a controversial murder case sought insight into how the investigation went terribly wrong, they turned to UC’s department of psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience.

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Cancer Outreach Program Aims to Spread Awareness From Teens to Their Families and Beyond
When pathologist Kathryn Wikenheiser-Brokamp, MD, PhD, stepped up to the lectern, the whoops and whistles that greeted her made it obvious this was not your typical scientific lecture on cell cycle and cancer.
Radiology Renovation Moving Forward
The UC Department of Radiology celebrated completion of the largest portion of its phase 1 facility renovations with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Dec. 6, 2010.
Clinical and Translational Science Training Program Adds Certificate Option
Conducting effective translational research starts with understanding the fundamentals. Armed with an understanding of clinical effectiveness, protocol design and statistical analysis, clinicians are better prepared to test the stellar new research concepts that may one day help patients.
Health Administration Program Approved
Distance learning at UC continues to grow with the addition of a master’s of health administration program in the College of Allied Health Sciences—a program designed to train health care professionals in administrative and managerial roles.
Campus, Community Unite for CeTREAD Launch
The official launch of the Center for Treatment, Research and Education in Addictive Disorders (CeTREAD) was a festive occasion at the CARE/Crawley Building, bringing together diverse elements of the Greater Cincinnati addiction sciences and treatment community.
Focus on Science: Alaa Abd-Elsayed, MD
Anesthesiology Resident Alaa Abd-Elsayed, MD, is making a significant impact on medical research—at 33.
Family and Community Physician Serves as Health Policy Liaison in Nation's Capitol
January 2011 marks a homecoming for Family and Community Medicine’s Barbara Tobias, MD.
What Toll Would It Take on Human Health to Fly to the Red Planet?
A mission to Mars is something that has been described in detail on science-fiction television dramas, in comics and in books for decades, often showing slimy green space creatures vying for control of Earth against space travelers in tinfoil suits.
Physicians 'Foretell the Future' of Medicine
In 1999, the public relations and communications office asked members of the Academic Health Center what they saw for the future of medicine. In this issue of Findings, we revisited the topic and asked clinicians and researchers to share their predictions.
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News Extras for January 2011
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