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GRI Marks Impressive First Year of Growth and Recognition
With just one building left to renovate and only six labs remaining to fill, the Genome Research Institute (GRI) is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the quest for international leadership in disease research and drug discovery.
Martin Presides Over National Pharmacist Society
Jill Martin, PharmD, a research scientist and specialist in the pharmaceutical needs of liver transplant patients, has been elected president of the 30,000-member American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP).
Stellar Faculty Honored by Women Achievers
Two Medical Center faculty members have been selected as "Rising Stars" by the YWCA Academy of Career Women of Achievement.
Elderly Obesity to Grow Nearly 50 Percent
An analysis led by a UC researcher calculates that the number of obese adults over the age of 60 will rise from 14.6 million in 2000 to 20.9 million in 2010--an increase of 43 percent.
UC, UH Partner to Improve Patient Care and Safety
UC Medical Center and University Hospital (UH) have been selected to participate in a new national initiative designed to improve patient care, satisfaction and safety.
Hoxworth Receives $1.89 Million for Blood Safety Study
Hoxworth Blood Center has received a five-year, $1.89 million grant for research into the safety and availa-bility of the blood supply.
Obesity Researchers Want Your Workday to Be Your Workout
Although the nation's obesity epidemic is becoming a costly public health crisis, most Americans can't make it to a gym for a regular workout.
Lighten up...Take a Holiday Already!
As if the tension of the presidential election were not enough, now we're heading for stressful weeks of travel, shopping, decorating, cooking and entertaining through Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanza and Christmas.
University Air Care Celebrates 20th Anniversary
University Air Care celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The helicopter ambulance was established in November 1984 to provide rapid critical care transport to the community and to assist other regional health care providers, including hospitals and EMS services.
Provident Bank, Postal Service Pay Tribute to Cancer Center
Provident Bank has donatedĘ$25,000 to The Barrett Center to be used for patient care programs at the center and to fund research at UC Cancer Center.
Web Application Helps Experts Get Connected
Are you a clinician looking for someone with a particular specialty interest? Or a research scientist seeking an on-campus collaborator? Or perhaps you just want to share what's new and exciting about your work?
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