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Making COVID-19 treatments more effective and safe

March 16, 2023

The University of Cincinnati's Bingfang Yan's research team has received a $2.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to answer the question of how FDA-approved COVID-19 therapeutics can work together to create more effective and safe treatments for patients.

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Making COVID-19 treatments more effective and safe

March 16, 2023

The University of Cincinnati's Bingfang Yan's research team has received a $2.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to answer the question of how FDA-approved COVID-19 therapeutics can work together to create more effective and safe treatments for patients.

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Venture Lab helps entrepreneurs launch startups

February 27, 2023

The latest cohort is set to graduate from the University of Cincinnati's Venture Lab, a program that helps entrepreneurs develop their ideas into businesses, Spectrum News reported.

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High school students learn Magic of Cosmetic Chemistry

February 21, 2023

Cincinnati-area high school students made their first emulsions and learned about potential careers as part of the Magic of Cosmetic Chemistry workshop hosted by the University of Cincinnati’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy’s cosmetic science program.

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President Pinto looks ahead to 2023

January 9, 2023

UC President Neville G. Pinto welcomes faculty, staff and students back to campus on the first day of spring semester with a look ahead to what to expect in 2023.

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International media highlight harm reduction vending machine...

December 19, 2022

National and local media outlets highlighted the partnership between the University of Cincinnati's Dan Arendt and Cincinnati nonprofit Caracole, who have installed a harm reduction vending machine that helps prevent overdoses in Hamilton County.

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WVXU: Research challenges political rhetoric about a tie between...

December 14, 2022

WVXU interview on immigration and drug overdoses rwith UC experts Ben Feldmeyer, an associate professor of criminal justice, and Daniel Arendt, an assistant processor of pharmacy. Feldmeyer has done extensive research on immigration and crime and Arendt is a leader in addiction and prevention measures.

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