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FEBRUARY 2004 ISSUE: COVER STORY
College of Nursing Works to Heal Shortage Through Education
UC College of Nursing, in Procter Hall, prepares nurses to fill the gap in health care.
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UC Among First to Test Solid Organ Transplant in HIV Patients
NIH trial evaluates protocol for liver and kidney transplantation for HIV-positive patients.
For the Love of Science
Valentine's Day feature focuses on couples working together at UC Medical Center.
Pregnancy and Falling
Study by Environmental Health and CAHS relates pregnancy and falling.
Longest Running Training Grant in US Renewed
The NIH has renewed 31-year-old grant.
Heart Disease Leads Hospital Admissions
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of hospital admissions among HIV/AIDS patients.
Hoxworth Appoints Director of Research
Jose A. Cancelas, MD, PhD is the new director.
Doctors Honored by Business Courier
More than a quarter of Courier's 2004 nominees are UC Medical Center faculty.
UCMC, Health Alliance Honor Dr. King
Theme for 2004 celebration was "Bridging the Gap."
UC Examines Optimal Strategy for Pregnant Women at Risk for HIV
UC research focuses on giving optimal care to women without prenatal care.
Bob Ambach is VP for Finance and Administration
UC College of Business grad, recruited from CSU, assumed position February 1.
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