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Spectrum News: UC researchers publish study on how stress during...

May 23, 2023

Research out of UC examines the impact of stress during pregnancy on natal neurodevelopment. Spectrum News interviewed Anna Ruehlmann, PhD, of the Department of Environmental Health and Public Health Sciences at the UC College of Medicine about the study which she led.


MedPage Today: Combination treatment promising for certain...

May 22, 2023

The University of Cincinnati Cancer Center's Emily Curran recently provided commentary, highlighted by MedPage Today, on a study that showed a combination of antibody-drug conjugate and chemotherapy treatments were promising for older patients with B-cell acute lymphocytic leukemia.

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UC Serves 2023 underscores university's commitment to Cincinnati...

April 27, 2023

This year, the university is celebrating the return of UC Serves – a day for staff and faculty to share the experience of intentional, focused service to the communities surrounding the University of Cincinnati campuses and beyond. The day of service helps connect UC with community neighbors and build stronger connections among university employees. UC Serves brings staff and faculty to the front lines in supporting UC’s institutional commitment to service and community impact in support of our local non-profit partners.


Creating a culture of ‘Calm’

April 26, 2023

The University of Cincinnati uses mindfulness to help professionals navigate organizational turbulence. Businesspeople today receive an onslaught of digital notifications pinging simultaneously across multiple devices. Meriden McGraw, director of workplace mindfulness, Osher Center for Integrative Health, shares how mindfulness and productivity are interrelated.


Research sheds light on minimally invasive neurosurgery approach

April 24, 2023

The University of Cincinnati’s Paolo Palmisciano, MD, was part of an award-winning research team that examined how well a minimally invasive approach worked to limit vision and hearing loss in patients following brain tumor surgery and will present the research at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons annual scientific meeting.


MedPage Today: Functional neurological disorder may still carry...

April 19, 2023

The University of Cincinnati's Alberto Espay was featured in a MedPage Today article commenting on a recent review that found functional neurological disorder is often misunderstood and needs further recognition and parity in medical education, research and clinical service.


PBS NewsHour: Why tracking these pollution indicators is key...

April 19, 2023

Two months after the derailment of a train carrying hazardous chemicals, state and federal agencies are monitoring air, water and soil samples in and around East Palestine, Ohio, for signs of pollution. So how long will those steps be necessary to ensure the safety of the community? Glenn Talaska, PhD, professor emeritus in the Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences in the UC College of Medicine was one of the experts interviewed for a story produced by PBS News Hour.


Jacksonville media: New stroke research aims to help predict...

April 18, 2023

Jacksonville, Florida television news station WJXT highlighted the VERIFY study being led by University of Cincinnati researchers that will examine if certain biomarkers can predict the likelihood that a patient will recover motor functions following a stroke.


Improving community outreach and engagement

April 14, 2023

The University of Cincinnati Cancer Center's Melinda Butsch Kovacic and colleagues will present research abstracts on several community outreach and engagement initiatives at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2023, held in Orlando, Florida, April 14-19.


Head and neck, breast cancer research highlights AACR abstracts

April 14, 2023

University of Cincinnati Cancer Center researchers will present more than a dozen abstracts at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2023, held in Orlando, Florida, April 14-19, including findings that could advance treatments for head and neck and breast cancers.


UC-led research team studies role of metabolism in lysosome...

April 11, 2023

The University of Cincinnati's Atsuo Sasaki, PhD, is leading a multidisciplinary team that received National Institutes of Health funding to learn more about how an enzyme that was previously overlooked helps regulate lysosome and cellular function.


Drug Discovery News: Silence in healthy cells makes FOXR2 a...

April 7, 2023

Drug Discovery News highlighted research coauthored by the University of Cincinnati's Timothy Phoenix that found a gene called FOXR2 is abnormally expressed in more than 70% of cancer types sampled and could be a potential target for new treatments.

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