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Study Will Evaluate Investigational Medication for PTSD Symptoms
04/27/15: UC is one of 25 sites nationwide for a clinical research study of an investigational medication for treatment of PTSD symptoms related to military or police work.

CAHS 17th Annual PRaISE Conference
PRaISE) Conference celebrates the introduction of students to research early in their academic lives and expose them to analysis and conclusions before they start their career

Research Team Wins $4.6M Grant to Study Diarrheal Disease Using Organoids
An interdisciplinary team of researchers and physicians has been awarded a $4.6 million grant to study diarrheal disease using lab-developed human tissues known as organoids.

Nursing Student Not Easily Defeated on Way to Diploma
Brooke Dungan, a fourth-year nursing student at the UC College of Nursing, lets no obstacle slow her down.

Study Links Low and High Levels of Manganese to Lower IQ Scores in Children
Both low and high levels of manganese in blood and hair were associated with lower IQ scores in children living in eastern Ohio, according to new research from UC.

DMP Students Gain Top Standing at Symposium
UC Doctor of Medical Physics students took home first and second place and cash prizes recently at a research symposium.

$12.9M Award for Efforts to Avoid Obesity in Children With Bipolar Disorder
Researchers at UC have been approved for a $12.9 million funding award from PCORI to assess strategies for minimizing weight gain in children with bipolar disorders.

Eden Garage Bridge to Be Closed Saturday, April 25
The pedestrian bridge that connects Eden Garage to the Medical Sciences Building and UC Medical Center will be closed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 25, for cleaning.

2015 CAHS Graduate Driven to Succeed
Matthew Kist is scheduled to receive a bachelorís degree in communications sciences and disorders with an emphasis in audiology.

Football Players With Vision Training Had Fewer Concussions, Study Shows
University of Cincinnati researchers are reporting a statistically significant lower rate of concussion for players in UCís football program who received vision training.

Drake Offering Exercise Classes for People With Parkinson's
Exercise classes for people with Parkinsonís disease begin in May at the Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care.

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