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Herman Researches Stress and Earns Kudos from College of Medicine
06/24/16: James Herman, PhD, Donald C. Harrison Professor, was honored by the College of Medicine at a special event for recently being named a Distinguished Research professor

Former Dean John Hutton, MD, Remembered
John Hutton, MD, the College of Medicine’s third-longest tenured dean, passed away June 19.

Herman Honored by UC College of Medicine for Research Success
The College of Medicine will host a special event in honor of James Herman, PhD, Thursday, June 23, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in MSB E-351. A reception will follow.

UC Neuroscience Institute Named in Honor of Gardner Family
UC Neuroscience Institute, a leading treatment, research and teaching center, today becomes becomes the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute.

Two From UC Named Fellows for Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine
For the 2016–2017 year, two UC College of Medicine faculty have been awarded the ELAM fellowship: Dawn Kleindorfer, MD, and Christy Holland, PhD.

Internal Medicine Displays Research from Young Investigators
The Department of Internal Medicine held the 2016 Trainees’ Research Grand Rounds on Friday, June 10, 2016. This year, there were 43 posters presented and 39 mentors.

Family Medicine Honors Students and Faculty at Annual Dinner
The Department of Family and Community Medicine held an annual awards dinner on May 11 to honor fourth-year medical students, faculty and preceptors

Ohio Healthy Homes Network Announces UC Researcher for Leadership Award
Ohio Healthy Homes Network presented Kim Dietrich, PhD,with its first Leadership Award, recognizing his outstanding work in lead research.

College of Nursing Students Serve Up Health Screenings and Education
As part of their community clinical rotation, UC College of Nursing students spend 14 weeks each spring and fall semester working with the Food for the Soul clientele.

New Drug Therapies For Pre-Kidney Transplant Show Promise
Early findings suggest that the use of a second generation cancer drug, carfilzomib, may provide an improved approach for the reduction of antibodies in potential kidney transplant candidates.

Medication Regimen May Lead to Less Hospital Time for Liver Cancer Patients
Researchers at UC have found that putting liver cancer patients on a medication regimen prior to undergoing a certain treatment could lead to shorter hospital stays.

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