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UC Scientist Wins "American Nobel" Research Award
UC faculty member Elwood V. Jensen, PhD, a pioneer in the field of endocrinology and breast cancer, has received the prestigious Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research.
Zebrafish Lead New Wave of Research
"Chasing a wild goose in a zebrafish doesn't take very long!" boasts Jay Hove, PhD, an organismal physiologist at UC's Genome Research Institute (GRI).
Nurse Scientist Studies Genetic Connection in Arrhythmias
A College of Nursing faculty member has received a $350,000 grant to study genetic predictors of cardiac arrhythmias, which can produce irregular heartbeats and sudden cardiac death with or without a heart attack.
Med Student Receives Leadership Award
Heather Anne Heintz, College of Medicine class of 2005, has won the $10,000 Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Scholarship.
Cancer Survivors Urged to Promote Diagnosis, Prevention
The 2004 luncheon, "My Mother, My Daughter, My Self: Make This the Last Generation for Breast Cancer," featured guest speaker Jane Brody, New York Times health columnist and best-selling author.
"Sunflower Revolution" Benefits Parkinson's Research
The Davis Phinney Foundation's first Sunflower Revolution, a gala and bike ride benefiting Parkinson's disease research at UC's Neuroscience Institute, was a huge success.
Nursing Faculty Receive National Honors
Donna Gates, EdD, RN, associate professor of nursing and holder of the Jane Procter Endowed Chair at the College of Nursing, will be inducted as a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing in November in Washington, DC.
Bingham Honored for Translational Research
The Department of Environmental Health has named Eula Bingham, PhD, winner of the 2004 Roy E. Albert Award for Translational Research in Environmental Health.
Former NIH Program Director Named to UC Post
UC has named Ronnie D. Horner, PhD, director of the Medical Center's Institute for Health Policy and Health Services Research.
Allied Health Trains Sonographers for Local Hospitals
The College of Allied Health Sciences has trained its first class of students in the newly established sonography (diagnostic ultrasound) program.
College of Medicine Faculty Make "40 under 40"
Four College of Medicine faculty members and two volunteer assistant professors have been named among the Cincinnati Business Courier's "40 under 40."
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