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Heart Patient Plus One Finds Second Home at UC Health
04/28/16: Lesly Maytee Samayoa Solares was visiting a clinic for severe vomiting, a symptom she thought was pregnancy related, when she learned something else was causing her discomfort

Allied Health Celebrates Student Research at Annual PRaISE Conference
The College of Allied Health Sciences held its 18th annual PRaISE (Presentation of Research and Innovative/Scholarly Endeavors) on April 22, 2016 at Fifth Third Arena.

America’s Blood Centers Recognizes Two Local Organizations
America's Blood Centers recognized the Cincinnati Reds and the Care Center for their work in getting blood donations.

A Yearn to Learn Prompts Sexagenarian to Get Her Master’s Degree
60-year-old Janice Jones earned her MSW from the College of Allied Health Sciences in April of 2016.

Public Health Conference Showcases Student Research, Community Efforts
Annual Mini Public Health Conference showcases student research and capstone experiences from the Master of Public Health program, in addition to presentations from community

Past HHS Secretary Keynotes College of Nursing Leadership 2.0 Celebration
Former HHS Secretary Louis Sullivan, MD, participated in the spring celebration of the Leadership 2.0 cohort held at the College of Nursing. The cohort had 11 students.

MicroRNA Pathway Could Lead to New Avenues for Leukemia Treatment
Cancer researchers at the University of Cincinnati have found a particular signaling route in microRNA (miR-22) that could lead to targets for acute myeloid leukemia.

A Child in Speech Therapy Inspires a Mom to Earn Her Degree
Mother of four children Deanna Timpe was inspired by her son's experience with speech therapy to choose that as her course of study at UC.

Reds Great Dave Parker Named Grand Marshal for Parkinson’s Event
UC Gardner Center for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders announces Dave Parker as Grand Marshal for the Cintas Sunflower Rev It Up For Parkinson’s event Sept. 11

Breathing Easy at Last, Dayton Woman Keeps Asthma in Check
A smiling Lisa Levan is walking and not wheezing.

Pharmacy Grad Returned to School With a New Perspective
Jordan Yim says the 18 months she spent in Sendai, Japan as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—between her third and fourth year of pharmacy school—better prepared her to become a doctor of pharmacy, or PharmD.

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