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Partnerships Will Drive Academic Health Center

Published May 2005

A celebration of successes and a realistic look to the challenges ahead set the tone for the 2005 State of the Academic Health Center Address.

Jane E. Henney, MD, senior vice president and provost for health affairs, deliv-ered this year's address titled "Creating the Future" on April 19 to a full Kresge Auditorium.

Her hour-long presentation was filled with teaching, research and patient-care highlights--citing new endeavors in line with the goals of UC|21, academic achievements, enrollment increases, major research funding, partnerships with industry and health-care affiliates and the impact our health professionals have made on the patients they serve.

But for success to continue and for partnerships to flourish, Dr. Henney challenged faculty to aggressively seek funding and look for new funding sources.

"In times when the NIH research dollars aren't increasing," she said, "we must increase our efforts ... tapping into other sources. We need to create new opportunities for ourselves."

For a copy of the full State of the Academic Health Center report, call 513-558-4553 or
e-mail
public.relations@uc.edu.

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