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New Outpatient Treatment Option at UC for Substance Abuse Disorders
10/26/16: Intensive outpatient treatment program will fill gaps in the continuum of care for patients with substance abuse disorder

Pharmacy's State of the College Address Touched on Its 'Global' Reputation
Neil MacKinnon, PhD, dean and professor in the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, spoke before faculty, staff and students Oct. 19 during the State of the College address.

$2M Estate Gift to Benefit Lupus Research at UC’s College of Medicine
A $2 million gift from the estate of Evelyn V. Hess, MD, will support a dedicated lupus researcher in UC's Division of Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology.

Two UC Leaders to Serve as Keynote Speakers at City Leaders Breakfast
Karen Bankston and Robert Richardson Jr.will serve as keynote speakers at the City Leaders Breakfast on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, at the Queen City Club at 331 East 4th St.

Lexington Physician Plans for Future With Help from UC Oncofertility Team
For Micean Johnikin, MD, a 38-year-old pediatric cardiologist in Lexington, Kentucky, Christmas 2015 wasn’t filled with tidings of comfort and joy.

Heloisa Sabin, Wife of Dr. Albert Sabin, Dies
Heloisa Sabin, the wife of former College of Medicine faculty member Albert Sabin, MD, passed away on Oct. 12 in Washington, D.C., at the age of 98.

Newlyweds Among Thousands to Walk for Research at UC Brain Tumor Center
People diagnosed with a brain tumor cannot only survive, but they can also live happily ever after.

Mustached Medical Students Raise Money for Movember
This year, first and second year medical students are competing to raise awareness—and money—in November for prostate cancer research at UC.

Eisenberg Promotes “Teaching Kitchen” to UC Community
Courses in gross anatomy, biochemistry, and pathology are the standard for medical students. But far too few are taught how food, nutrition and mindfulness impact patients.

UC Study Looks at ADHD Treatment in Teens at Risk for Bipolar Disorder
A UC study will look at brain changes in adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder before and after treatment with medication, through neuroimaging.

New RFA from the UC Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute
The HLVI 2017 Near Horizons Clinical Research Grant Program is accepting new proposals. Letters of Intent are due October 28, 2016, and full proposals are due January 20, 2017

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