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Researchers from the UC Departments of Surgery and Emergency Medicine will soon participate in a national clinical trial to determine if a new therapy can improve outcomes for patients with traumatic brain injury.
About the University of Cincinnati TXA Study
It's in the PharmD...NA!
College of Pharmacy Graduates Two Sets of Twins
Karen Ryan, PhD, at UC's Reading Campus, explaining research on the gut metabolism changes occuring after vertical sleeve gastrectomy.
Bariatric Surgery Research
College of Medicine students from the class of 2014 found out their residency match Friday, March 21, in MSB E-351.
Match Day 2014
Dr. Verma discusses advancements in imaging that help to localize prostate cancer lesions. UC Health is the only health system in the region to have this new MRI / Ultrasound Fusion technology that helps to diagnose and treat prostate cancer patients more effectively.
Dr. Verma Discusses MRI Fusion Biopsy
2014 Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists Student of the Year
PharmD Candidate Jeremy Klein
Eric Eisenhauer, MD, director of gynecologic oncology with the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute and an associate professor at the UC College of Medicine, discusses the importance of clinical trials and how results from these studies may eventually become standard of care.
UC Cancer Institute Gynecologic Oncology Update: Clinical Trials
Jaime Lewis, MD, a West Chester Hospital gynecologic oncologist, provides an overview of breast health, cancerous and non-cancerous breast conditions, and breast cancer treatment and prevention.
Breast health and breast cancer
This video, a product of the team at the Vontz Core Imaging Lab which helped visualize the findings of Yi-Gang Wang, PhD, shows new vessel formations in animal models after placement of a stem cell patch.
Stem Cell Patch
Get a glimpse into the College of Medicine's CARE/Crawley Building, which houses some of the most technically advanced lab and teaching space in the nation.
Take a tour of the Cincinnati Medical Scientist (MD/PhD) Training Program, which is preparing the next generation of leaders in academic medicine.
Medical Scientist (MD/PhD) Training Program
Kirk Habegger, PhD, discusses his research on glucagon and FGF21 and its connection to weight loss.
Metabolic diseases researcher Kirk Habegger, PhD
After graduating at Cincinnati's Aronoff Center for the Arts Saturday, May 18, members of the Class of 2013 thanked their friends, family and professors for all their support.
College of Medicine Graduates Say "Thank You"
University of Cincinnati and UC Health leadership give an update to faculty and staff on progress and plans with the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute.
UC Cancer Institute Internal Update: May 2, 2013
Discover why the University of Cincinnati's College of Allied Health Sciences is transforming education.
Why the UC College of Allied Health Sciences?
Each year, the College of Medicine student chapter of the American Medical Association hosts a "Pie-A-Prof" fundraising event to support their educational and charitable activities. Wednesday, April 24, they raffled off chances for students (and staff!) to "pie" some beloved UC professors.
College of Medicine "Pie-A-Prof"
College of Medicine students find out their residency match during the 2013 Match Day, held Friday, March 15.
Match Day 2013
College of Nursing students providing blood pressure screenings at a UC basketball game.
Blood pressure screenings
Hear from patients and families about their participation in experimental clinical trials at the UC Cancer Institute.
UC Cancer Institute Phase 1 Experimental Therapeutics
In a UC Foundation video, alumni from the School of Social Work discussed the benefits of involvement with the school after graduation.
Active Alumni at the School of Social Work
First year students at the College of Allied Health Sciences talk about their service learning projects for next semester
Allied Health Students Talk Service Learning
First year students at the College of Allied Health Sciences talk about their service work for next semester.
Service Learning Fair at the College of Allied Health Sciences
Family, friends and colleagues joined together to celebrate the life and professional accomplishments of J. Harold Kotte, MD, cardiologist and UC College of Medicine alum.
Dedication ceremony for the J. Harold Kotte, MD, Study Study Area
College of Nursing pre-nursing students get crafty for Halloween 2012
Pumpkin Patients 2012
Minh Doan Nguyen, MD, PhD, discusses factors affecting a woman's choice to have breast reconstruction.
Breast Reconstruction (Oct. 10, 2012)
Mona Li, MD, discusses varicose vein prevention and treatment options.
Varicose Veins (Oct. 8, 2012)
The Winkle College of Pharmacy welcomed the 98-student Class of 2016 into its entry-level PharmD program during its annual White Coat Ceremony Aug. 24, 2012.
2012 College of Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony
The College of Medicine welcomes the class of 2016 in the annual White Coat Ceremony, held Friday, Aug. 10 at the Aronoff Center downtown.
2012 White Coat Ceremony
The UC Cardiovascular Institute is not just a place; it is more than 60 people dedicated to leveraging research discovery for the benefit of patients in the Tristate.
About the UC Cardiovascular Institute
Each year, medical students across the country count down the days to the Match Day event in mid-March. It's the day when they learn where they'll spend their residency training.
Match Day 2012
Imran Arif, MD, speaks to how a broken heart can hurt the heart
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Broken Heart Syndrome)
UC Health Hematology Oncology has moved into a new space at the West Chester Hospital Medical Office South.
UC Health Hematology Oncology Expansion in West Chester
Students at the College of Allied Health Sciences discuss their interests in service learning during the college's third annual service learning fair, held Friday, Jan. 20 at Tangeman University Center.
First Year Students Talk Service Learning
Neurologist Pooja Khatri, MD, speaks to the warning signs of stroke during pregnancy
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Pregnancy and Stroke) Jan. 2012, Vol. 12
UC Medical Students Share Holiday Spirit With Adopted Families
Medical Student Volunteers (MedVoUC) Gift Gathering
For over two decades, infertility specialist Michael Thomas, MD, has hosted a holiday party to reunite families with the physcians and staff at the UC Center for Reproductive Health
UC Center For Reproductive Health 21st Annual Holiday Baby Reunion
UC Health audiologist Stephanie Lockhart speaks on the advances in technology and the style of hearing aids
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Women and Hearing Aids) Dec. 2011, Vol 11
Nagla Abdel Karim, MD, discusses why ceasing to use tobacco products -- regardless of whether they are chewed or smoked -- is best for your health.
The Dangers of Tobacco
Med Students Explain Complicated Summer Research Projects in Basic Terms
First Annual Medical Student Research and Service Symposium, 2011
Thomas Boat, MD, dean and vice president for health affairs, presents his vision for the College of Medicine.
UC College of Medicine: A Candid Assessment, An Upward Trajectory
Victoria Surdulescu, MD, speaks to how women experience sleep disruption
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Sleep Disorders and Menstrual Cycles), Oct. 2011, Vol.10
Students Have a World of Opportunities to Chose Professional Path
James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Career Fair 2011
Students Are Placed in Scenarios That Patients Might Face After a Stroke, Sports Injury or an Affliction
Immersion Exercise Gives Students Perspective
Brad Watkins, MD, a UC Health bariatric surgeon and College of Medicine assistant professor, discusses weight loss tips and surgical weight loss options.
Weight Loss Tips and Strategies
Pharmacy school students are presented a white coat to symbolize their entrance into the college, and the profession
James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony Sept. 2011
UC Health Endocrinologist Marzieh Salehi, MD, talks about PCOS
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, PCOS), Sept.2011, Vol9
The Urban Health Project is Run Soley by Second-year Med Students
Urban Health Project Moves Into 25th Year
Joseph Broderick, MD, Albert Barnes Voorheis Chair of Neurology, discusses UC's illustrious history of stroke research and the state of current research.
Stroke Research at UC
Mary Beth Genter, PhD, talks about sources of pesticides in our environment, consumer products and food and offers advice on minimizing exposure.
Pesticides and Organic Produce
A discussion with UC Health neurologist Pooja Khatri, MD, on the risks, signs and treatments for stroke.
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Women and Stroke), August 2011, Vol.8
The class of 2015 received their White Coats to symbolize entrance into medical school.
College of Medicine Class of 2015 White Coat Ceremony
Focus on Students With Sara Pasquinelli, fourth year College of Nursing student
Featured: Focus on Students With Sara Pasquinelli
Bill Menrath and Nick Newman, DO, talk about ways to reduce the risk of lead exposure when gardening on city plots.
Urban Gardening and Lead Exposure
A diet and infertility discussion with Krystene DiPaola, MD, reproductive endocrinologist at the UC Health Center for Reproductive Health
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Diet and Infertility), July 2011, Vol. 7
Julian Guitron, MD, assistant professor at the UC College of Medicine, discusses the FDA's decision to add graphic labels to cigarette packaging and smoking cessation strategies.
Will Graphic Images Discourage Smokers?
Ronald Hirth, MD, OB-GYN, discusses how to manage menstrual cramps and other conditions that mimic menstrual cramps
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Menstrual Cramps), June 2011, Vol. 6
Nilesh Patil, MD, UC Health urologist, discusses a new approach to prostate cancer surgery.
Advances in Prostate Cancer Surgery
Tracey Truby, a traumatic brain injury survivor and patient in the ProTECT III trial, speaks at UC Health Research Week May 23, 2011.
Tracey Truby Speaks at UC Health Research Week
Janice Yelton, a participant in a Parkinson's medical delivery trial at UC, spoke about her experience at the 2011 UC Health University Hospital Research Week kickoff May 23.
Parkinson's Patient Speaks at UC Health Research Week
Expert Elizabeth Araujo, MD, discusses lupus, an autoimmune disease that affects mostly women and can be hereditary.
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Lupus), May 2011, Vol. 5
Randy Seeley, PhD, discusses his research on a brain system--the target of certain diabetes drugs--and its link to weight gain.
System in Brain Linked to Weight Gain
Ronald Warnick, MD, medical director of the UC Brain Tumor Center, shares information about a new translational research and patient care initiative targeting brain metastases.
UC Brain Tumor Molecular Therapeutics Program Launch
Sandra Starnes, MD, UC Cancer Institute chest surgeon and thoracic surgery division chief, discusses risk factors and screening.
Lung Cancer: The No. 1 Cancer Killer of Men and Women
UC's Robert Frank, PhD, and Robert Gesteland, PhD, talk in a 2008 video about the sniff magnitude test.
Sniff Magnitude Test
Lauren Haar, a doctoral student in the Systems Biology and Physiology Graduate Program, describes her research findings that short-term, high-fat feeding in animal models led to cardioprotection against heart attack and resulted in less cardiac tissue damage.
Short-Term, High-Fat Diet Could Protect the Heart
Colleen Marty and Morgan Brown discuss the first ever Day of Service for IPJH, a student-led program that focuses on preparing medical students to work with underserved populations.
Initiative on Poverty, Justice and Health Day of Service
Pulmonologist Jean Elwing, MD, speaks to pulmonary hypertension - high blood pressure in the lungs - in women
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Pulmonary Hypertension), April 2011, Vol. 4
Chandra Baldwin Woods and Ickey Woods remember their son, Jovante, an organ and tissue donor, at the 2011 Donate Life celebration at UC Health University Hospital.
Donate Life Day 2011
Biomedical Engineering students in UC's Medical Device Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program (MDIEP) show off their devices at the "Do it or mDIEp!" Day.
"Do it or mDIEp!" Day 2011
UC Medical Students Go Bald to Raise Funds for Pediatric Cancer Research
St. Baldrick's Day 2011
On Match Day, fourth-year medical students at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine learn where they will conduct their residencies.
A team of researchers led by Sean Davidson, PhD, of UC's Metabolic Diseases Institute, has determined the structure of 'good cholesterol' and say this finding may explain its cardioprotective effects.
The Protective Effects of 'Good Cholesterol'
Students at the College of Allied Health Sciences' Service Learning Fair
Students Talk Service Learning
Steven Lindheim, MD, professor of reproductive endocrinology, discusses infertility and illness.
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health March 2011, Vol. 3
Family, friends and colleagues celebrated the life of cardiologist Robert Adolph, MD (1927-2010) during a memorial service held on Feb. 27. Adolph was a professor emeritus of medicine in the division of cardiovascular diseases.
Robert Adolph, MD, Memorial Ceremony
Hear the touching stories of three patients and their struggles with heart disease/heart failure.
Wear Red Day 2011
Mark Eckman, MD, professor of medicine, and colleagues at the Massachusetts General Hospital recently found that statin risks may outweigh the cardiovascular benefits for patients with history of brain hemorrhage.
As part of the Initiative on Poverty, Justice and Health (IPJH), medical students held a bake sale to raise money for Cincinnati's Center for Respite Care. IPJH was designed to help medical students learn how to care for underserved populations.
Medical Students Raise Money for Homeless
University Hospital Nurse Anesthetist Carolyn Nicholson
College of Nursing CRNA program celebrates 65th year
UC Health medical oncologists talk about overall breast cancer risk factors and proactive prevention.
Breast Cancer - Risk Factors and Prevention
Scott Bresler, PhD, of the department of psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience, is a forensic psychologist.
Scott Bresler, PhD, Discusses False Confessions
Stephanie Dunlap, DO
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health, Jan. 2011, Vol 1
The UC Cancer Institute brings all cancer-related research, patient care and education under one umbrella.
UC Cancer Institute
Alberto Espay, MD, discusses Restless Leg Syndrome.
Restless Leg Syndrome
Kirthi Radhakrishnan, a fourth-year PhD student, explains novel research being conducted using ultrasound under the direction of Christy Holland, PhD, department of cardiovascular diseases.
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Explains Research
Arden Wander, MD, a UC Health ophthalmologist, discusses the race that completed his goal of running 50 marathons in 50 states.
Ophthalmologist Runs 50 Marathons in 50 States
The Cincinnati Childhood Allergy and Air Pollution Study team sets up air sampling equipment used to measure exposure to diesel particulates.
The Vontz Core Imaging Lab is a preclinical imaging facility available for use in approved research protocols.
Vontz Core Imaging Lab
To symbolize their entry into medical school, first-year College of Medicine students received their white lab coats Aug. 13, 2010, at Music Hall.
UC College of Medicine White Coat 2010
In exchange for their service, Urban Health Project students have the opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge in a social service or clinical agency. The service is free to the non-profit, but students receive a small stipend from UHP for expenses.
Urban Health Project volunteer Andrea Sitlinger
The best way to treat near-drownings is to prevent them. Emergency medicine and neurocritical care expert Jordan Bonomo, MD, discusses how.
Zubair Ahmed, PhD, assistant professor of ophthalmology and researcher at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, explains the rare genetic disease that causes deafness and blindness.
Usher Syndrome Research
Faculty and students from the College of Allied Health Sciences talk about the 2010 Presentation of Research and Innovative Scholarly Endeavors (PRaISE) Conference at French East
2010 PRaISE Conference
Matthias Tschöp, MD, at his office on UC's Reading Campus, discusses recent research on cholesterol.
Matthias Tschöp, MD, discusses recent research on cholesterol.
College of Nursing installs a Collaboratory Classroom
University of Cincinnati
Urogynecologist Mary South, MD, discusses female incontinence
UC Health Focus On: Women's Health (Female Incontinence), Feb. 2011, Vol. 2
UC and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center teamed up to remember and celebrate the 50th anniversary of "Sabin Sunday" (April 24, 1960), the day when the world's first oral, live-virus polio vaccine was administered in the United States.
Sabin Sunday Celebration 50 Years
Al Whitney traveled to Cincinnati to give platelets at Hoxworth Blood Center and raise awareness about the need for blood and platelet donors. This is his story.
Ohio Man Aims to Donate Platelets in All 50 States
Danyelle Brown, Georgetown, Ky. resident, received a kidney-pancreas transplant at UC Health University Hospital - the only hospital in the region that offers the procedure. She drives almost two hours each week to see UC Health specialists.
Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Recipient
Nathan Schmulewitz, MD, a UC Health gastroenterologist, says services are moving North to provide more accessibility for patients.
Gastrointestinal Care Moving to West Chester
Bruce Yacyshyn, MD, UC Health gastroenterologist, says that research related to the GI tract is important for improving patient care.
Rob Dempsey, UC College of Medicine Alum, ’09. got down on bended knee on Match Day, Thursday, March 18, 2010, to propose to graduating medical student Melissa Korb
A "Perfect Match" Day 2010 at the UC College of Medicine
UC Med Students Go Bald for St. Baldrick's Cancer Fundraiser 2010
UC Med Students Go Bald for St. Baldrick's Cancer Fundraiser 2010
UC's Amit Bhattacharya, PhD, and Nelson Watts, MD, have developed a tool for testing the risk for fracture in people with osteoporosis. Bhattacharya explains the innovative technology.
Amy Argus, MD, UC Health radiologist, discusses a device that could help physicians diagnose even the smallest breast tumors.
Positron Emission Mammography
Krishnanath Gaitonde, MD, explains the types of innovative procedures used at UC Health University Hospital to care for patients with prostate, kidney and bladder cancers.
Collaborative Teams Care for Those with Prostate, Kidney Cancer
Mohamed Effat, MD, UC Health cardiologist, talks about the importance of treating a blocked artery as soon as possible during a heart attack.
Dr. Stephanie Dunlap, a UC Health heart failure specialist, discusses why it's so important for everyone, especially women, to know their heart disease risks.
Women and Heart Disease
Myron Gerson, MD, discusses the benefits of ammonia-guided PET cardiac imaging tests, now being offered at UC Health University Hospital.
Robert Graham, MD, health care policy expert, discusses health care reform and what it could mean for Americans.
Health Care Reform
Erik Nelson, MD, talks about depression.
With an hour of your life, you could save the lives of many needing blood and platelets. This is the process.
The Simplicity of Donating Blood
Mary South, MD, UC Health specialist in uro-gynecology
Mary South, MD, uro-gynecologist
Dr. Costea, an electrophysiologist at University Hospital, explains how traveling and training abroad allows him to bring back cutting-edge treatments to patients at University Hospital.
Alex Costea, MD, Brings Innovative Heart Technology to University Hospital
Jodi Brown talks about her son J.T.'s complications with a bone marrow transplant and how a collaboration between Hoxworth Blood Center and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is making a difference.
Hoxworth and Children's Team-Up to Provide Photopheresis Treatment
UC research occupational therapist Valerie Hill Hermann shows how the MYOMO brace helps with stroke recovery therapy at Drake Center.
MYOMO robotic arm brace
Nancy Creaghead, PhD, talks about why she bequested more than $1 million to benefit the College of Allied Health Sciences.
Nancy Creaghead, PhD
Sean Collins, MD, UC emergency medicine physician, speaks about the hazards of the improper use of fireworks.
Experts from UC's Center for Aging With Dignity, discuss "Aging: What's Normal, What's Not?"
College of Nursing Aging Series - Part 1
Scott Belcher, PhD, associate professor of pharmacology and cell biophysics, talks about why BPA research is so important.
Bisphenol A (BPA)
Aimee Brown, a now 35-year-old mother, tells her story about heart failure during pregnancy.
Aimee Brown, University Hospital Heart Patient
UC co-hosted a disaster training drill with the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health in Cincinnati in 2009.
NIOSH Disaster Training Drill
Hammam Akbik, MD, conducts a training lab with anesthesiology residents in the Center for Surgical Innovation, housed in the UC College of Medicine.
Center for Surgical Innovation
Ashley Roberts, a first-year student in the new Masters of Public Health program, explains why the degree is so important for health care nationally and in Cincinnati.
UC's Masters of Public Health Program
Michael Reed, MD, and the UC thoracic surgery team perform minimally invasive surgery at University Hospital.
Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery
Glendon Zinser, PhD, of UC's cancer and cell biology department, received a pilot grant from Ride Cincinnati to study vitamin D as a way of preventing breast cancer.
Glendon Zinser, PhD
Donate Life Day at University Hospital
Donate Life Day
George Smulian, MD, infectious diseases expert, talks about swine flu: transmission, treatment and steps citizens should take to avoid it.
James Heubi, MD, talks from Cincinnati Children's Location S building about how UC's CTSA award will impact the community.
University Hospital nurse Susan Ledermeier assists Sudip Ghosh, PhD, in a demonstration of a new breath test.
Breath Test Demonstration
Sudip Ghosh, PhD, explains a new breath test designed to uncover problems in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Breath Test to Detect Tummy Troubles
Natalie Pilgrim learned her medical career path on Thursday, March 19, during the College of Medicine's annual Match Day celebration.
Match Day 2009
Michael Sandel, DPhil, of Harvard University, delivered the 2009 Hutton Lecture on ethics, "How Should We Treat the Human Body? Ethical Dilemma and Public Controversaries."
2009 Hutton Lectureship in Ethics
Mary Mahoney, MD, Michael Reed, MD, and a very grateful patient explain the benefits of cancer clinical trials.
Cancer Clinical Trials: A Patient's Perspective
Can the time of day influence when a heart attack can occur? According to UC physicians, heart attacks are more likely to occur in the morning hours.