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UC Surgeon Dives Deep to Perfect Surgery in Outer Space
Timothy Broderick, MD, may not be an astronaut, but he's a man on a mission to Mars. And he's going under the ocean to get there. In October Dr. Broderick will participate in the ninth NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) expedition, an 18-day underwater research and training mission in the Aquarius research station submerged off the Florida Keys.
New Link Between Soft Drinks, Weight Gain
A UC study provides new evidence that drinking large amounts of beverages containing fructose adds body fat, and might explain why sweetening with fructose could be even worse than using other sweeteners.
UC Joins Oak Ridge Consortium
UC was welcomed as a member of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) consortium this spring at the 60th annual meeting of the ORAU Council of Sponsoring Institutions in Washington, D.C.
AIT&L's Own 'Renaissance Man' Finds Harmony in Sacred Music and Science
A PhD in musicology isn't the qualification one expects to find in the CV of a computer technician. But for AIT&L specialist Peter Poulos, the skills needed on his job and the detective work required to complete a doctoral dissertation at UC's College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) are in perfect harmony.
Medical Students Honor Professors with the Gold and Silver Apple Award
The UC College of Medicine continues its tradition of honoring excellence in teaching with the presentation of Gold and Silver Apple Awards at the annual Student Clinician's Dinner.
UC Joins Mission to Eliminate 'Dark Side' of Popular Medication
Heparin, one of the most widely used anticlotting drugs in the world, is not every hospital patient's best friend.
UC Receives Total of $12 Million in Donations from Alumni
UC has received gifts from two graduates totaling $12 million to be used by the College of Pharmacy and the College of Nursing.
Wolf Named Ethicon Endo-Surgery Chair
Randall Wolf, MD, an internationally recognized pioneer in minimally invasive and robotic surgery, has been named to the newly established Ethicon Endo-Surgery Chair in the Department of Surgery.
Transfusion Medicine Expert Dr. Tibor Greenwalt Dies at Age 91
Tibor (Tibi) Greenwalt, MD, a internationally known pioneer in transfusion medicine who headed UC's Hoxworth Blood Center from 1979 to 1987, died July 17 at the age of 91.
UC, Humana to Offer Physician Leadership Program
A new seminar series offered through the College of Allied Health Sciences and sponsored by Humana Inc. will help Greater Cincinnati physicians learn the newest techniques for effective practice management and better understand the implications of emerging trends in the business of health care.
Diller Given Educator Award
The Ohio Academy of Family Practice has named Phil Diller, MD, PhD, associate professor of family medicine, as the Family Medicine Educator of the Year.
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