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Learning Online Offers Classes Across Continents
Since she was eight years old, Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Bridget Irene Ruiz has wanted to work in a lab. Ruiz, who joined the U.S. Navy when she was 30, finished her medical laboratory technician (MLT) degree in the service, but her busy schedule and overseas travel made it almost impossible to work on her bachelor's.
Partnerships Will Drive Academic Health Center
A celebration of successes and a realistic look to the challenges ahead set the tone for the 2005 State of the Academic Health Center Address.
Researchers Add New Tool to Tumor-Treatment Arsenal
A new study demonstrates the potential effectiveness of treating tumors by combining DNA-damaging agents with a drug that sensitizes cancer cells to these agents.
UC Scientist Receives VA Research Award
Research microbiologist Melanie Cushion, PhD, an internationally known expert on the pneumonia-causing fungus Pneumocystis carinii, has received the Veterans Affairs (VA) Research Career Scientist(RCS) Award from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Gene Mutation Linked to Higher Prostate Cancer Death Rates
A gene mutation developed generations ago in West Africa to protect against malaria may explain why African-American men are more susceptible to prostate cancer and die at higher rates than white men, according to UC researchers.
UC Uses Powerful Lesson to Teach Kids Stroke Is "Real"
As the visitor prepares to speak before a class of Cincinnati middle schoolers, the kids are politely attentive.
UC, Central State Partner to Help Entrepreneurs
UC's Education and Research Center in the Department of Environmental Health was the site for product testing and evaluation this spring.
Molecule Linked to Secondary Stroke
College of Medicine scientists have discovered the cause of a deadly type of secondary stroke known as cerebral vasospasm.
UC Lends Materials to Smithsonian
UC's Cincinnati Medical Heritage Center has provided materials related to Dr. Albert Sabin's pioneering polio research for an exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution.
UC Kicks Off On the Move
Nearly 450 people came out to kick off On the Move at UC last month.
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