This two-and-a-half day retreat (May 4-6, 2016) will facilitate completing and submitting a research manuscript. All UC full-time female faculty in NSF STEM disciplines are eligible to participate. The registration deadline is March 1.
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.
Professor Yan Yu has been named the Joseph S. Stern Professor of Business Analytics. Dr. Yu is a prolific author and serves as associate editor in top journals. Her data mining course has multiple sections across campus, and her graduates have been placed in top corporations and colleges.
“Colloidal delivery system” and “nanoparticle” are probably not terms you find yourself using in day-to-day interactions, but for UC's Yoonjee Park, assistant professor in the College of Engineering and Applied Science biomedical engineering professor, these words are central to every conversation relating to her cutting edge research on drug delivery vehicles.
The University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of Environmental Health, moving to take a national leadership role in toxicological risk assessment, has added key faculty and staff with expertise in the rapidly evolving field.
Two $50,000 grants were awarded as a result of the 2015 half-day cancer research retreat Tuesday, July 14, which took place at the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center and involved multidisciplinary researchers from across UC.
The University of Cincinnati Office of Research is once again sponsoring an Intensive Grant Writing Workshop. This program provides one-on-one mentoring as you write a grant application to a funding agency.
Alison Weiss, Professor of Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry and Microbiology, will serve as co-principal investigator for the grant, "Gastrointestinal Organoids as a model system for studying enteric disease."
Both low and high levels of manganese in blood and hair were associated with lower IQ scores in children living in eastern Ohio, according to new research from Erin Haynes, Associate Professor of Environmental Health.
Danielle Bessett, assistant professor of McMicken’s Department of Sociology, recently published “Barriers to Contraceptive Access after Health Care Reform: Experiences of Young Adults in Massachusetts” in a Women’s Health Issue’s article.
The National Science Foundation recently awarded a grant to Biological Sciences Professor Elke Buschbeck to support her research on a strangely organized eye, which is unique among all known eye types.
A national presentation and discussion by Anthropology Assistant Professor Leila Rodriguez will examine the intellectual, practical and ethical challenges for anthropologists when they’re hired to serve as expert witnesses.
Rebecca Howell, assistant professor of Otolaryngology, is the only expert in the Tristate performing this procedure, which she says is a safe, FDA-approved alternative to traditional surgery for patients with chronic issues.
Whether she’s nurturing plants in Rieveschl Hall’s rooftop greenhouse, mentoring students in her lab or reviewing submissions for the online plant sciences journal she co-founded, Biological Sciences associate professor Theresa Culley focuses her work on making a positive difference.