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Study: Which Medication Is Most Effective at Stopping Seizures in the ED?
05/21/15: UC and Cincinnati Children's researchers are studying which of three commonly used medicines in the ED are safer and more effective at quickly stopping a seizure.

College of Medicine Graduates Class of 2015 Saturday, May 23
UC College of Medicine will award medical degrees to 164 graduates at the 2015 Honors Day ceremony, starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 23, at Aronoff Center of the Arts.

Schaeper Pharmacy: Past, Present and Bright Future
Third-year pharmacy student Tyler Schaeper is training at the University of Cincinnati to be a 21st Century pharmacist and is looking forward to bringing his modern skill set, learned at UCís James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, to his familyís independent pharmacy, Schaeperís Pharmacy, serving Cincinnatiís Northside neighborhood at the corner of Hamilton and Chase avenues since the turn of the 20th Century.

CCC Awards $160,000 in Pilot Grants to Fund Continuing Cancer Research
For the second year, the CCC has awarded $160,000 in pilot grants to members and basic scientists who are collaborating to find out more about various cancers.

Fracking May Affect Air Quality and Human Health, Study Finds
People living or working near active natural gas wells may be exposed to certain pollutants at higher levels than the EPA considers safe, a new study indicates.

'Miracle' Patient Continues to Fight Cancer With Help From UC Team
In 2011, Jodi Litmon, now 45, started noticing strange things going on in her body and that trips to the bathroom were becoming more frequent and urgent than ever before.

NCI Grant Helps Researcher Continue Work on Pancreatic Cancer
Seed funding from community organizations has helped a UC researcher secure federal support to continue studies of a novel therapeutic target for pancreatic cancer patients.

UC-Led Obesity Research Finds Leptin Hormone Isnít the Overeating Culprit
For years, scientists have pointed to leptin resistance as a possible cause of obesity. Research led by investigators at the University of Cincinnati (UC) Metabolic Diseases Institute, however, found that leptin action isnít the culprit.

Dietrich on Panel That Developed Interventions for Lead-Poisoned Children
Kim Dietrich, PhD, Department of Environmental Health, was a member of an expert panel that developed a plan for psychoeducational interventions for lead-poisoned children.

Neurobiology Research Center Awards 8 Peer-Reviewed Pilot Grants
The Neurobiology Research Center at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute this year awarded eight peer-reviewed pilot grants.

Gold Humanism Honor Society Inducts 25 New Students
The College of Medicine chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society inducted 25 new members into its ranks Wednesday, May 6, and recognized eight others with awards.

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