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CBS: Questions remain about COVID-19 booster shots

September 2, 2021

Trisha Wise-Draper, MD, medical director of the UC Cancer Center's Clinical Trial Office and associate professor of medicine in the Division of Hematology/Oncology, spoke with Local 12's Liz Bonis about the latest research leading to the recommendation that cancer patients should receive a third dose of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.


UC researcher finds stroke risk factors in minority groups

September 2, 2021

University of Cincinnati researcher Dr. Daniel Woo led a study looking at risk factors that caused disparities among racial/ethnic groups suffering from ICH strokes. The study found high blood pressure and a lack of health insurance significantly contribute to higher rates of ICH in Black and Hispanic patients.


Fox 19: Hundreds of Ohio physicians call for universal masking in schools

September 8, 2021

UC's Hilja R. Ruegg, MD, medical director of Integrated Mental Health Care and program director in the UC Family Medicine/Psychiatry Combined Training Program, spoke with Fox 19's Trevor Peters about the grassroots campaign of area physician moms encouraging schools to require universal masking.


Putting patient health into their own hands

September 16, 2021

UC researchers are leading a pilot study examining how art therapy delivered through an app and pet robots can affect the mood of patients with hearing loss. The collaborative study seeks to allow patients to take their health into their own hands and increase accessibility of interventions.


55KRC highlights Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

September 20, 2021

Amanda Jackson, MD, associate professor and director of gynecologic oncology, spoke with Angenette Levy of 55KRC on the Simply Medicine podcast to discuss Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.


MSN: Signs you should turn down a job offer

September 22, 2021

Maria Espinola, PsyD, assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, spoke with MSN about the importance of work-life balance when considering a job offer.


Managing mask-related anxiety, aggression

September 29, 2021

UC experts explain how public health guidelines like mask requirements affects anxiety levels among groups of people, including children, first responders and other front line workers.


Personalized treatments for blood and bone cancer

September 30, 2021

University of Cincinnati researchers have joined a nationwide clinical trial exploring the effectiveness of personalized treatments for patients with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), a cancer of the blood and bone marrow.


Making an impact through medicine

October 6, 2021

UC medical student Rohan Rao received unprecedented grant funding for summer brain tumor research in the lab of Soma Sengupta and Daniel Pomeranz Krummel and participates in a number of other College of Medicine activities in preparation for his goal to work as a clinician scientist.