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New Dean Seeks to Bring Out Best in College's Key Players
An investigator himself for more than 20 years, before becoming dean of the Medical College of Georgia and now UC, David Stern, MD, sees his job as being quite different from research.

Chemical Use in Food Containers Disrupts Brain Development
The chemical bisphenol A (BPA), widely used in products such as food cans, milk container linings, water pipes and even dental sealants, has now been found to disrupt important effects of estrogen in the developing brain.
Clermont Offers Nursing Degree
In an effort to address the national nursing shortage, the College of Nursing is offering a bachelor of science degree in nursing (BSN) at the Clermont campus beginning this month.
$1.5 Million Study Focuses on Heart Failure
Shahab Akhter, MD, a UC cardiac surgeon, receives $1.5 million to study "signaling pathways" that may cause heart enlargement (hypertrophy) to progress to heart failure.
New Waddell Center Director Translates Basic MS Research into Patient Care
Bibiana Bielekova, MD, the newly named director of UC's Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis (MS), is working to bring the latest research findings about MS from the lab to the bedside.
UC Bariatric Surgeon Second in World to Perform New Robotic Procedure
After struggling with obesity for more than 20 years, Shelton sought the expertise of Calvin Selwyn, MD, director of surgical laparoscopy and endoscopy with UC Surgeons.
MLK Ceremony Features Freedom Center President
Spencer Crew, PhD, president of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, will deliver the keynote address during the Academic Health Center's 34th Annual Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Memorial Ceremony to be held at noon, January 13, in Kresge Auditorium.
Poland is 'Place to Be' for College of Medicine Fulbright Scholar
Janusz Suszkiw, PhD, is one of four UC faculty members to receive a grant for the 2005-06 academic year from the U.S. government's prestigious Fulbright Program. Fulbright awards allow faculty members to travel abroad for an extended period to pursue educational exchange opportunities that...
Call for Nightingale Award Nominations
The College of Nursing is accepting nominations for its 14th annual Florence Nightingale Awards, which will be held April 26. The awards are given to nurses who provide outstanding direct patient care.
UC Surgeon Wins International Award
Richard Azizkhan, MD, UC professor of pediatric surgery and director of the division of general and thoracic surgery at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, has been awarded the R.K. Gandhi Gold Medal, the highest award of the Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons (IAPS).
Environmental Health Receives $8 Million
The UC environmental health department has received $8 million from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to operate its hazardous waste worker training program through 2010.
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