'The Neuroscience Institute' Changes Name to Reflect UC
Published November 2008
The Neuroscience Institute, a partnership of University Hospital and the College of Medicine, has changed its name to the UC Neuroscience Institute to better reflect its strong affiliation with the university and help strengthen national awareness and recognition of the program.
Operations of the UC Neuroscience Institute will continue to be managed by a joint leadership team including physician representatives from nine academic departments, hospital management and College of Medicine leadership.
Joseph Broderick, MD, chair of neurology, is research director, and John Tew, MD, professor of neurosurgery, is clinical director at the UC Neuroscience Institute.
The UC Neuroscience Institute includes seven centers serving patients with neurological disorders and diseases: Brain Tumor Center, Epilepsy Center, Functional Neuroscience Center, Neurotrauma Center, Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke Center, Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis and the James J. and Joan A. Gardner Family Center for Parkinsonís Disease and Movement Disorders.
For more information on this change, visit www.tnicincinnati.com or call (866) 941-8264.