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Patient's Life Saved by Colonoscopy, Urges Others to 'Make the Time'
It’s obvious when you meet Mary Williams-Johnson that she thrives on taking care of other people, whether it’s in her professional life as a surgical technologist or her personal life as a wife, mother, daughter and sister.
MARCH 2011

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Gearing Up for Match Day
Each year, graduating medical students at UC and across the country gather to learn where they will be completing their residency training.
Procter Hall Renovation Includes 'Green Roof' and New Entry
While the Medical Sciences Building is undergoing an interior renovation, Procter Hall—home of the College of Nursing—is undergoing an exterior facelift.
Service-Learning Sends First-Year Allied Health Students Into the Community
More than 200 first-year students from the College of Allied Health Sciences will spend their spring applying their classroom education to the real world as part of a service-learning program, now in its second year.
Hematology Oncology Fellowship Program Creates Top Notch Experts
Turning out competent physicians is a given goal of any fellowship program. But training innovative thinkers—clinician-scientists capable of providing excellent care while also translating problems observed in the clinic to information that can improve the lives of cancer patients—sets an entirely different standard of excellence.
Palliative Care Program Serves as Voice for Patient
In recent years, end-of-life care—often identified as palliative care—is gaining both positive and negative media attention and is causing many discussions within health care organizations, as standardized protocol is established and practices are put into place to create the best solutions for patients and their families.
MSB REHAB UPDATE: Work on Schedule for New Occupants, New Restrooms Open
The north side of the Medical Sciences Building (MSB), busy with construction for the past year, will get even busier by the end of 2011 as newly renovated areas receive their first occupants.
Scholarship in Memory of Student to Help Others Reach 'Full Potential'
When Alumni Weekend takes place May 13-15, 2011, an alum from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine will be noticeably absent, and dearly missed: Neal Aquino, MD, who passed away from surgical complications in 2007.
Focus on Science: George "Chip" Shaw, MD, PhD
George "Chip” Shaw wears a few hats as an associate professor in the department of emergency medicine.
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