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MAY 2003 ISSUE: COVER STORY
What's Happening at the MSB?
The recent closing of the Medical Sciences Building (MSB) garage has prompted many questions about what is really happening to the MSB.
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Medical School Scholarship Fund Named in Honor of IvaDean Lair-Adolph
Generations of medical students at the University of Cincinnati (UC) have one thing in common, a woman who has worked in the Dean's Office for over 40 years making sure "her kids" were taken care of as they studied to become physicians.
Nursing Students Act as Resource, Provide Company to Needy Community
The UC College of Nursing offers an accelerated program for students with baccalureate degrees in fields other than nursing who have decided to make nursing their career choice.
NetWellness Receives Federal Funds and Celebrates Milestone
The University of Cincinnati (UC), with partners Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and The Ohio State University (OSU), will receive $750,000 in federal funding to support NetWellness (netwellness.org), the Internet health resource founded at UC in 1995.
UC Migraine Study Published in National Journal
A migraine study led by researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) Medical Center appears as the lead article in the April issue of Headache, the official journal of the American Headache Society.
Researchers Find Cystic Fibrosis Patients Value Quality of Life and Health
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) found that a group of patients diagnosed with cystic fibrosis place high values on their current health.
Recipients of 11th Annual Nightingale Awards Recognized
The 2003 Florence Nightingale Awards for Excellence in Nursing were presented on April 24 in the Hyatt Regency, Cincinnati.
UC Medical Center Ranks in Top Tier Among Nation's Best by U.S.News & World Report
UC Medical Center Ranks in Top Tier Among Nation's Best by U.S.News & World Report
UC Diet Study Published in National Journal
A recent study conducted at UC found that a low carbohydrate (Atkins) diet was more effective than a low fat, calorie-controlled diet for short-term weight loss.
Doctor Is Also a Singer
Mark Williams, MD, PhD, a native of Cincinnati, can be found working countless hours as a first year otolaryngology-head & neck surgery resident at The University Hospital. Outside of the hospital, you might find him actively pursuing his other love, singing.
MS Bike Tour
The Neuroscience Institute will enter a team in the MS 150 Bike Tour under the banner of the Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis.
Strayer to Join Department of PM&R
Jon Strayer, MD, will join the UC Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation early this summer.
Unsung Hero Award
Cancer Family Care has selected Andrew Lowy, MD, associate professor of surgery and co-director for The University Hospital Barrett Cancer Center, and Debbie Soldano, RN, nurse manager for the UC division of surgical oncology and clinical nurse specialist for Dr. Lowy's practice, to receive the Joslin Haggart Yeiser Unsung Hero Award in the category of oncology professionals.
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