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University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center is known nationally for training health care professionals, providing leading-edge research and patient care.
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Article from Worcester (Mass.) Telegram & Gazette features College of Medicine graduate (1995) Jim Nairus, MD, who starred for and is now an orthopaedic surgeon in Boston.
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State Med Bd of OH 7h
In 1935, Lucy Oxley was the first female African American to earn a medical degree at . Later, in 1980, she was the first African American woman appointed to the . She served on the board for 6 years
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A graduate certificate in telehealth is now being offered by college of Medicine and . The program is being led by Charles Doarn and Dr Debi Sampsel. Visit for more details.
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UC Academic Health Ctr. Feb 17
Wow! Three College of Medicine transplant studies in the February edition of were highlighted on the podcast AJT Insights. Hosts say "UC rocked this month!" Listen beginning at 15:35:
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UC Academic Health Ctr. Feb 17
Congratulations to Dr Joseph Cheng, chair of , College of Medicine, who will receive Distinguished Service Award at the association’s annual meeting in Boston in April. Award is one of AANS' highest honors.
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UC Academic Health Ctr. Feb 17
Congratulations to Dr Hector Wong, College of Medicine prof of pediatrics, appointed interim chair of the Dept of Pediatrics, effective March 1, while a national search continues to fill the position held by Dr Margaret Hostetter for the last 6 years.
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HoxworthUC Feb 17
Join us for and ! Your random act of kindness of a single could save up to three lives. Make a difference for a local patient and schedule your donation today by calling 513-451-0910.
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UC Health Feb 17
Did you know that your lifestyle can help prevent cancer? Discover how a few small changes can make an impact:
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UCNeurosurgery Feb 15
Hard to believe the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute's new building has been open less than a year. Read about all of our accomplishments in our first year!
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UC Academic Health Ctr. Feb 14
Researchers from College of Medicine develop antibody to neutralize cocaine high
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UC Academic Health Ctr. Feb 14
Dr Richard Becker, professor of internal medicine and director of the UC Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute, makes College of Medicine to Greater Cincinnati.
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UC Academic Health Ctr. Feb 13
Dr Marilyn Gaston, College of Medicine Class of 1964, is one of the medical trailblazers highlighted by .
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UCNeurosurgery Feb 13
Check out the poster Allie Mains, NP presented at NASBS. Thanks for representing UC in San Antonio Allie and Dr. Jonathan Forbes.
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Hoxworth: Donate blood, take home Valentine chocolates via
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UC Academic Health Ctr. Feb 13
Multimillion-dollar gift to fund brain cancer research, outreach to Africa, support work of UC College of Medicine faculty. via @
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G Wilson Feb 12
Rock star residents and administrative chief resident Young Kim debate the finer points of resection v txp in HCC
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E Steve Woodle MD Feb 12
New national transplant data is out. Kidney transplant rates at U of Cincinnati show 71.1 transplants/100 patient-years on the waiting list. That means 71.1% of patients on our waiting list were transplanted last year. One of the highest transplant rates in the US🔥🔥🔥!!!
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U of Cincinnati Feb 12
Can age and race determine whether or not you'll survive a stroke? A new study by a UC/ researcher in shows that young black and Latino patients who have experienced a stroke have better outcomes than white patients.
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Nephrology | Karger Feb 13
APOL1 Genotyping in Potential African American Living Kidney Donors: Utility and Cost-Effectiveness ✍️ 📄
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