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Funds Approved for Renovation and Design of AHC Buildings
08/26/14: The UC Board of Trustees approved $27 million renovation to the Health Professions Building and funds to design a building to replace Wherry Hall.

Pharmacy Alums Helling and Fox Elected to APhA Board
Two alumni from the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy have taken on roles as Board of Trustees members for the American Pharmacist Association.

A Call for Nominations: Pharmacy Distinguished Alumni Awards
Nominate an exemplary alumnus from the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy.

Electrical Shutdown in Part of MSB from 3 to 5 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3
An electrical shutdown will occur in part of the Medical Sciences Building from 3 to 5 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014.

Bearcats Pep Rally at the Academic Health Center Set for Sept. 10
Cheer on the University of Cincinnati Bearcats football team at a pep rally noon, Wednesday, Sept. 10, on the plaza outside the main entrance to the CARE/Crawley Building.

Imaging and Cytometry Research Day Sept. 17
The Ohio River Valley Cytometry Association will host its annual conference Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.

Focus on Students with Ryan Gamlin
Ryan Gamlin, 34, is among the new crop of incoming medical students in the College of Medicine.

College of Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony: Class of 2018
The heat was stifling, but the PharmD class of 2018 wasnít sweating it when they donned their new white lab coats on Friday, Aug. 22, for a group photo on the steps outside the University of Cincinnatiís James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy.

2014 Sunflower Revolution Sept. 6-7
The Sunflower Revolution weekend, featuring the Parkinsonís Disease Symposium and Expo and the Sunflower Revolution Fitness Festival, will be held Sept. 6-7.

Academic Health Center Rings in the New Year
New and current students gathered with faculty, staff and leadership from the colleges of allied health sciences, nursing and pharmacy Friday, Aug. 22, on University Commons, for a 'New Year's Eve' celebration. The event marekd the start of Welcome Weekend and signaled the...

First-Year Medical Students Learn the Importance of Being a First Responder
When Nathaniel Harris moved into his new apartment he noticed a man curled up next to a dumpster. The medical student jogged over to check on the man, but he was unresponsive

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