First year students at the College of Allied Health Sciences talk about their service learning projects for next semester
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Researchers from the UC Departments of Surgery and Emergency Medicine will soon participate in a national clinical trial to determine if a new therapy can improve outcomes for patients with traumatic brain injury.
About the University of Cincinnati TXA Study
It's in the PharmD...NA!
College of Pharmacy Graduates Two Sets of Twins
Karen Ryan, PhD, at UC's Reading Campus, explaining research on the gut metabolism changes occuring after vertical sleeve gastrectomy.
Bariatric Surgery Research
College of Medicine students from the class of 2014 found out their residency match Friday, March 21, in MSB E-351.
Match Day 2014
Dr. Verma discusses advancements in imaging that help to localize prostate cancer lesions. UC Health is the only health system in the region to have this new MRI / Ultrasound Fusion technology that helps to diagnose and treat prostate cancer patients more effectively.
Dr. Verma Discusses MRI Fusion Biopsy
2014 Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists Student of the Year
PharmD Candidate Jeremy Klein
Eric Eisenhauer, MD, director of gynecologic oncology with the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute and an associate professor at the UC College of Medicine, discusses the importance of clinical trials and how results from these studies may eventually become standard of care.
UC Cancer Institute Gynecologic Oncology Update: Clinical Trials
Jaime Lewis, MD, a West Chester Hospital gynecologic oncologist, provides an overview of breast health, cancerous and non-cancerous breast conditions, and breast cancer treatment and prevention.
Breast health and breast cancer
This video, a product of the team at the Vontz Core Imaging Lab which helped visualize the findings of Yi-Gang Wang, PhD, shows new vessel formations in animal models after placement of a stem cell patch.
Stem Cell Patch
Get a glimpse into the College of Medicine's CARE/Crawley Building, which houses some of the most technically advanced lab and teaching space in the nation.
Take a tour of the Cincinnati Medical Scientist (MD/PhD) Training Program, which is preparing the next generation of leaders in academic medicine.
Medical Scientist (MD/PhD) Training Program
Kirk Habegger, PhD, discusses his research on glucagon and FGF21 and its connection to weight loss.