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Cancer Biology Researcher Named 2015 AAAS Fellow
11/23/15: Carolyn Price, PhD, is being honored for her contributions to the field of telomere biology as a 2015 fellow in the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

COM Freshman Will Attend Nobel Laureate Activities in December
Aswin Bikkani knew he wanted to do something scientific, but his interests were quite diverse.

Survivor Turns Cancer Diagnosis Into Chance to Explore Cincinnati
When Deborah Ambroza realized that the aggressive tumor behind her left eye was growing again, she was devastated, but she fell in love with Cincinnati during her treatment.

Transplant, Prenatal Care Projects Win Top Awards at Innovation Competition
Telehealth projects focused on reducing readmissions after transplant and providing early and better prenatal care in underserved populations won an innovation competition.

Researchers Develop Model to Study, Find Ways to Target Rare Tumor
Cancer researchers at the University of Cincinnati have found a new target that could lead to therapies for a rare type of tumor.

FDA Grants Orphan Drug Designation to Researcher's Potential CF Treatment
A new, potential treatment for a pulmonary infection in patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) developed at UC has been granted Orphan Drug Designation by the FDA.

Retreat Brings Cancer Researchers, Clinicians Together for Collaboration
To foster collaboration among researchers and physicians with the goal of improving cancer outcomes, the Cancer Biology and Hematology Oncology Joint Retreat was held Nov. 14.

HEALTH LINE: New Approaches Offer Hope for Treatment-Resistant Depression
The Mood Disorders Center at the UC Neuroscience Institute has started offering innovative approaches to helping patients diagnosed with treatment-resistant depression.

Impact of High-Fat Diet on Red Blood Cells May Cause Cardiovascular Disease
UC researchers have discovered the negative impact a high fat diet has on red blood cells and how these cells, in turn, promote the development of cardiovascular disease.

Pharmacy College Names Distinguished Alumni
Three prominent alumni from the University of Cincinnati’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy returned to campus Oct. 23, 2015, to receive Distinguished Alumni awards—the highest honor bestowed upon graduates from the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy.

Protein Helps Protect Tissues From Damage After a Heart Attack
Researchers have observed levels of HAX-1, an anti-cell death protein, drop significantly in mice after a heart attack resulting in cardiac cells dying at a higher rate

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