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UC Research Racks Up New National Headlines

From applied research related to political predictions and use of salmon sperm in electronic devices, UC research is earning prominent national headlines.

Date: 3/24/2008 12:00:00 AM
By: M.B. Reilly
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Photos By: Art by Kathy Bohlen

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The University of Cincinnati stands among the nation’s top research universities in the United States, according to the National Science Foundation.

In addition, The Chronicle of Higher Education lists the university in the most prestigious “very high” category in terms of research activity as reported by the Carnegie Foundation.

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That’s not all. Month after month, UC routinely makes the roster of universities earning the best of research headlines from the national media. March 2008 is just another case in point, with the university gaining headlines and coverage from

And UC researchers were also featured in prestigious international specialty outlets, national dailies and regional news media, including (Australia),, MedPage Today, the Boston Herald, the San Diego Union-Tribune, Chicago’s Daily Herald, the Baltimore Sun, Cleveland’s The Plain Dealer, the Columbus Dispatch and the Dayton Daily News.

Following is a selection that recaps the research recognition received by UC in the last month.

In addition, UC pediatrics research resulting in a simple laboratory test to provide doctors a way to identify patients at risk of developing acute kidney failure after surgery was reported by in Australia and in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.

Political polling by UC’s Institute for Policy Research was praised by The Columbus Dispatch for its accuracy. The paper noted that UC’s Ohio Poll came within one point of the actual margin of victory for Hillary Clinton in Ohio and that the poll has accurately projected the winner in every contest it has polled since 1994.  Cleveland’s The Plain Dealer also turned to Eric Rademacher, co-director of the Ohio Poll, for his research expertise.

Other UC research making news included a study linking obesity to decreased productivity at work and research related to taxes and mortgages, as well as stroke research.



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