Cincinnati Enquirer speaks with UC College of Medicine researcher about opioids and HIV
Jason Blackard, PhD, uses NIDA grant to find better therapies for addicts living with HIV
The Cincinnati Enquirer highlighted a $1.7 million National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) grant awarded over a three-year period to Jason Blackard, PhD, to conduct an omics analysis of synthetic opioids and HIV. Blackard, an associate professor in the UC Department of Internal Medicine’s Division of Digestive Diseases, says opioids and HIV encourage one another and not in a good way.
Jennifer Brown, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry, a co-investigator on the study, also spoke with the Enquirer.
You can read the full news release here.
Atlanta Journal Constitution: Ointment kills...
December 3, 2021
The Atlanta Journal Constitution published a story on research at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine possibly adding a weapon to hospitals’ bacteria fighting arsenal.Using the topical drug called AB569 — a combination of acidified nitrite and ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid — promotes killing of antibiotic-resistant bacteria while enhancing the healing of wounds in a variety of burn injuries, the study found. The study was published in the journal Infection and Immunity.
Keisha Love named Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement and...
December 2, 2021
Keisha Love Named Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement and Academic Inclusion
New sites available now on Bearcats Landing
December 1, 2021
New sites available now on Bearcats Landing as fall semester site builds are completed.