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MARCH 2004 ISSUE: COVER STORY
Chief of Transplant Surgery Becomes Transplant Recipient
E. Steve Woodle, MD, chief of the Division of Transplantation in the UC Department of Surgery, received his own “gift of life.” Dr. Woodle received a liver transplant by his own transplant team of UC surgeons on Oct. 13, 2003, at The University Hospital.  Dr. Woodle is now publicly sharing his personal story
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What's All the Academic Planning Fuss About?
I’m so immersed in the University of Cincinnati’s Comprehensive Academic Planning Process (CAPP)– as are UC’s Vice Presidents, Deans and other stakeholder representatives – that it is sometimes hard to imagine that there might be some members of the university community who are not yet aware of it.
Surgery Welcomes New Chief of Urology
The UC Department of Surgery has named James F. Donovan, Jr., MD, chief of the Division of Urology.
UC's Ratner, Miller Receive $3.9 Million to Study Tumor Formation
Nancy Ratner, PhD, professor, and Shyra Miller, PhD, research assistant professor, both of the UC Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, have received a three-year, $3.9 million award from the USA Medical Research and Materiel Command Program on Neurofibromatosis.
Life Sciences, Biotech Institutions Meet to Set Cincinnati Apart
The Ohio Valley Affiliates for Life Sciences (OVALS) was created to provide a forum for discussing economic development opportunities within a more broadly defined region.
More Study Needed on Weight, Diabetes Risk for Mentally Ill Patients
More research is needed to evaluate various factors affecting patients treated for mental illness before concluding that some treatments increase diabetes risk, said Paul E. Keck, Jr., MD, professor of psychiatry, pharmacology and neuroscience, and vice chairman for research, Department of Psychiatry, UC College of Medicine.
The Colleges Weigh In
Deans from each of the four colleges weigh in their thoughts on UC's Academic Planning Process.
Family Medicine Gets $2 Million in Grants
The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded the UC Department of Family Medicine $2 million in training grants over the three-year period from 2003-2006.
Family Medicine Gets $2 Million in Grants
The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded the UC Department of Family Medicine $2 million in training grants over the three-year period from 2003-2006.
Research May Help Predict Preeclampsia
Researchers may have found a way to predict preeclampsia, a life-threatening complication of pregnancy.
Annual Think Pink, Key to the Cure Events a Huge Success
UC Cancer Center and The Barrett Center were presented a check for $21,819 from Saks Fifth Avenue for funds raised during the September 2003 Key To The Cure national campaign.
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