Associate Professor and Health Informatics Program Director Victoria Wangia-Anderson strives to make the best use of available tools in order to enable students to learn through challenge-based learning.
UC's new WIMS group is dedicated to the recruitment, advancement and retention of women faculty and trainees in the College of Medicine. The group will next meet from noon-1:30 p.m. March 30 in the Medical Sciences Building.
The study was presented at the International Stroke Conference 2016. Dawn Kleindorfer, MD, a professor of neurology and rehabilitation medicine at UC and co-director of the UC Stroke Team, was a co-author on the study.
The University of Cincinnati chapter of the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) will host a Midwest regional conference Feb. 26-28, 2016, at the College of Medicine. The event’s keynote speaker, Zelia Correa, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, will present "What Does It Take to Be a 360 Degree Leader?”
UC LEAF's Accountability & Advocacy Council and Chairperson of the African American Faculty Affinity Group, James Mack, was featured in UC News as part of a story on Provost's First Exemplary Department Award given to the Chemistry Department. The Department was chosen for best illustrating UC's commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence.
Associate Professor Donna Chrobot-Mason is quoted in this story on a study that indicates workplace diversity policies can lead white men to believe women and minorities are being treated fairly and that they themselves are being treated unfairly.
Emily DeFranco Finds Racial Disparity in 'Previable' Preterm Births Linked to Infant Mortality Problem
Emily DeFranco, DO, an associate professor in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at UC's College of Medicine, is quoted in this story regarding a study she conducted that indicates a racial disparity in previable preterm births.
Judith Feinberg, MD, an infectious diseases expert and professor of internal medicine, is quoted in this story on a Kentucky group that's teaching children how to administer a life-saving drug that revives people who have overdosed on heroin or prescription painkillers.