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$30 Million Lindner Gift to Enhance Behavioral Health Care and Research
UC's Department of Psychiatry has had its sights set on improving behavioral health care in Greater Cincinnati, the surrounding region and the world through clinical research. Thanks to a $30 million gift from the Craig and Frances Lindner and Carl H. and Edyth Lindner Jr. families, that goal will now be achieved.
UC Staff Travels South to Provide Disaster Relief
When the call went out to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, UC Academic Health Center staff, faculty and students didn't think twice about contributing to the university's overall disaster support initiative.
Investigator Awarded $1.5 Million Grant
Joel Tsevat, MD, of the Department of Internal Medicine, the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) and the Institute for the Study of Health, has been awarded a five-year, $1.5 million K30 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop new clinical research curricula for fellows and junior faculty from UC, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the VAMC.
NetWellness Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary
NetWellness is turning a new page in its history. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the consumer health Web site, which has been credited with connecting millions of people worldwide with the health information they need via the World Wide Web.
Respected Surgeon and Educator Dies
UC lost an outstanding surgeon and mentor with the Sept. 11 death of Robert Bower, MD, vice chair of education in the Department of Surgery.
Revitalizing a Surgical Place of Honor
When Jay Johannigman, MD, looks up at the natural light beaming through the skylight of the surgical amphitheater at University Hospital (UH), he remembers legendary surgeons who practiced right here in Cincinnati.
UC Receives $17.4 Million to Lead Stroke Study
UC has received $17.4 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to co-ordinate a five-year, international study of alternative treatments for acute ischemic stroke.
Nursing to Ease Faculty Shortage
The College of Nursing has received a $775,000 federal grant to help ease the national shortage of nursing educators, and ultimately increase the number of applicants admitted to nursing school.
UC Cancer Center 'Shops' for a Cure
The UC Cancer Center and Cincinnati Magazine have collaborated to create the Partners Card, a new fund-raising program that supports local cancer research efforts while also giving shoppers a hefty discount at local businesses.
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