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Biomedical engineering researcher aims to improve cancer...

December 2, 2021

Ahmet Kaynak is developing a method for cancer treatment that uses electricity to target cancer cells. Kaynak, a University of Cincinnati biomedical engineering doctoral candidate, seeks to use his research to create therapies with fewer side effects than current treatments. Kaynak’s work toward improving treatments for cancer patients took on new meaning after his young daughter became a cancer survivor. Kaynak was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

UC welcomes largest group of new global students ever this fall

November 19, 2021

This fall, a record number of international students arrived for the first time at the University of Cincinnati. In spite of ongoing uncertainty over global health and safety, in spite of sometimes chaotic changes to government guidelines or the availability of visa appointments, and in spite of the many complications currently entangling world travel, 1,224 new international students arrived at UC for the first time.

Electrical engineering student works on diagnostic device for...

October 26, 2021

Leilei Shi, a University of Cincinnati electrical engineering doctoral student, has focused his research on how to isolate and characterize exosomes — biomarkers of cancer and other diseases — using a low electric current. The tool offers the potential for noninvasive, point-of-care screening and early diagnosis with a small amount of saliva or blood. Leyla Esfandiari, associate professor of biomedical and electrical engineering, has advised Shi in the Integrative Biosensing Lab. Shi was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.

Lindner’s Transfer Ambassadors detail their journeys to UC

October 22, 2021

“I looked into Lindner and UC, and everything played out perfectly for me to come down here. And I’m loving it so far.” Suffice to say, Alejandro Diaz, BBA, BS, ’22, an international student from Honduras, is at peace with his decision to transfer to the University of Cincinnati from Bluffton University in northwest Ohio last year. The same could be said for Anna Walters, BBA, ’23, who traded in the University of Southern California (USC) for UC.

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