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College of Medicine Economic Impact Nears $5 Billion
The UC College of Medicine, along with its affiliated teaching hospitals, generated $4.8 billion in economic impact for the region and across the state in 2007.

$26 Million Investment Creates Brain Tumor Center
A plan to invest $26 million over 10 years has established the Brain Tumor Center at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute.
Nursing to Study Spirituality, Risky Behavior in College
Devon Berry, PhD, an assistant professor in the College of Nursing, has received a $350,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to study whether religiosity has an effect on risky behavior in young adults as they transition from high school to college
Longtime UC Research Professor Recognized for 'Changing Lives'
With a smile playing at his lips, Jerry Lingrel, PhD, does his best to fend off any compliments thrown his way—particularly when they concern the mentoring talents he has displayed over almost half a century in UC’s department of molecular genetics, biochemistry and microbiology.
Researcher Takes Aim at UC's Strategic Goals
From her fifth-floor office window in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) S Building, Marsha Wills-Karp, PhD, has a commanding view of the UC College of Medicine campus.
UC's Allied Health Sciences Rings in 10-Year Anniversary
Successful distance learning programs, student achievements, active researchers, and an enrollment that has nearly quadrupled since its inception will be the focus of the UC College of Allied Health Sciences 10th anniversary celebration Nov. 13 at UC’s Tangeman University Center.
$2.3 Million Study Aims to Improve Dialysis Pathways
The nephrology division at UC and the Cincinnati Dialysis Access Research Program (CAP) have received $2.3 million to study why arteriovenous fistulas in hemodialysis patients are often unsuccessful.
Research Program Aims to Train More Physician-Scientists
The life of an academic physician is demanding. Clinical, research and teaching responsibilities rule the day and family activities often fill the night.
UC Physicians Names New Chief Operating Officer
As a veteran health care administrator, Lori Mackey is well aware of the high regard UC doctors are held in. In her new role as chief operating officer of UC Physicians (UCP) and senior associate dean for clinical programs at the College of Medicine, she’ll use that high regard as an inspiration and a goal.
Cardiovascular Biology Training Grant Receives $2.5 Million Renewal
Wally Koch, PhD, says he remembers his days at UC fondly. The director of the Center for Translational Medicine and vice chair for research in the medicine department at Thomas Jefferson University in Pennsylvania began his medical career as a trainee under the wing of Arnold Schwartz, PhD, distinguished university professor and director of the Institute of Molecular Pharmacology and Biophysics at UC.
New Master's Degree of Public Health Enrolls First Class
Jaytoya Mercer says she was looking for a change when she found that the University of Cincinnati was starting a new master’s of public health (MPH) program.
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