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Patient Overcomes Colorectal Cancer, Urges Importance of Screening
08/31/15: Paula Hoevel, 60, a Madisonville resident, says that five years ago, stomach pains led her to an appointment with her general practitioner.

Film Documentary 'PlantPure Nation' Comes to UC
What are the merits of a whole food largely plant-based diet?

New Interprofessional Innovation Collaboratory Offers Hands-On Training
The UC College of Nursing has formally opened a renovated Interprofessional Innovation Collaboratory, a cross-disciplinary space designed to engage through hands-on learning.

Justin Held, MD, Named Interim Director of Hospital Medicine Program
Justin Held, MD, has been named Interim Director of the Hospital Medicine Program in the Department of Internal Medicineís Division of General Internal Medicine.

UC Medical Center Recertified as Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center
UC Medical Center has been recertified by the Joint Commission as an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center.

Researchers Awarded $3.23M to Study Brain Changes in ADHD Treatment
UC researchers have received a five-year, $3.23 million grant to investigate brain changes in treatments of adolescents with ADHD.

DAAP Students' Artworks Dedicated in Renovated Kettering Atrium
Six artworks created by students at UCís College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning were unveiled in the atrium of the Kettering Laboratory Complex.

UC Awarded $16.7M to Support Bench-to-Bedside Research Efforts
UC has been awarded $16.7 million from the NIH to continue to enhance its abilities in translating basic scientific discoveries from bench to bedside.

Focus On Faculty With Nicole Avant, PharmD
The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy would like to welcome assistant professor Nicole Avant, PharmD, who will also serve as the collegeís Chief Diversity Officer.

UCMC Training Ground for Clinical Pharmacists
UCMC is within steps of the college and provides 90 clinical pharmacy rotations, with an additional 75 rotations at outlying UC Health locations.

New Medical Students Are Ready To Be First Responders
Brian Kulick and Amber Young have both heard the stories from second- and third-year medical school students about the benefits of a first responder course.

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