How badly did Thomas Tomsick, MD, want to be a doctor? Well, almost 50 years ago he was wearing a Cleveland Indians uniform as a teenager, traveling on charter flights and staying in the finest hotels.
Ohio Ranked Second for Clinical Trial Recruitment
With more than 1,000 of the nearly 9,000 total volunteers registered, Ohio is the second-leading state for recruitment registration for ResearchMatch (researchmatch.org)—the nonprofit, Web-based tool produced in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium.
Lab Named in Honor of Eye Doctor
In late May, the department of ophthalmology announced the establishment of the Arden H. Wander, MD, Ophthalmic Surgical Skills Laboratory, adjacent to the UC Health University Hospital Ophthalmology Clinic in the Hoxworth Building.
UC Health Crucial Partner in Long Road to Recovery
Last October, David Clark and a friend went out for what was supposed to be "a wonderful afternoon of riding.” Not 20 miles out, Clark leaned into a left turn and hit a patch of broken pavement—"from that point on,” he says, "I really have no recollection of what happened.”
Medical College to Begin Accreditation Process
Preparations are under way for the College of Medicine’s 2011 accreditation review. "We are down to 60 weeks remaining, and there are 60 weeks’ worth of work to do,” says James Boex, PhD, of the department of medical education.