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Scientists create world’s first mini-brain with working...

May 23, 2024

Interesting Engineering and Drug Target Review highlighted research led by University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital researcher Ziyuan Guo that developed the first human mini-brain that incorporates a fully functional blood-brain barrier.

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More trial evidence supports drug tenecteplase for acute stroke...

May 22, 2024

TCT MD included comments from the University of Cincinnati's Eva Mistry in a story recapping trial data presented at the European Stroke Organisation Conference that found clot-busting drug tenectaplase is becoming a first-choice treatment in certain situations.

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Scientists create world’s first mini-brain with working...

May 23, 2024

Interesting Engineering and Drug Target Review highlighted research led by University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital researcher Ziyuan Guo that developed the first human mini-brain that incorporates a fully functional blood-brain barrier.

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More trial evidence supports drug tenecteplase for acute stroke...

May 22, 2024

TCT MD included comments from the University of Cincinnati's Eva Mistry in a story recapping trial data presented at the European Stroke Organisation Conference that found clot-busting drug tenectaplase is becoming a first-choice treatment in certain situations.

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Ex-smokers who vape at higher risk of lung cancer

May 21, 2024

Ashley Merianos, PhD, is cited as an expert in two recent Deutsche Welle articles on vaping research. Merianos, a prolific tobacco researcher, is an assistant professor of human services in UC's College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH).

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Engineering professor honored for distinguished scientific...

May 21, 2024

In 2019, Munir Nazzal joined the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science as a professor in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management. Throughout his time at UC, he has received various accolades for his advancements in transportation research, including the UC George Rieveschl Jr. Award for Distinguished Scientific Research for 2024.

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Memphis, Tennessee news: UC researchers pioneering research to...

May 9, 2024

Memphis, Tennessee television station Action News 5 featured research from the University of Cincinnati's Laura Ngwenya and Jed Hartings that is testing the first treatments for spreading depolarizations, abnormal brain activity also called a "brain tsunami."

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New AI tool assesses risk of self-harm

May 9, 2024

An assessment tool that leverages a powerful new artificial intelligence was able to predict whether patients exhibited suicidal thoughts and behaviors using a quick and simple combination of variables.

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UC researchers develop speech therapy video game

May 7, 2024

With ultrasound and a video game featuring a goat on roller skates, researchers at the University of Cincinnati are developing methods to help children overcome difficulties in pronouncing certain sounds, including the difficult “R.”

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Washington Post: The hour after leaving day care is a...

May 6, 2024

The Washington Post highlighted research led by University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital researchers that found kids eat fewer healthy foods and take in 22 percent of their day’s added sugar intake in the single hour after they’re picked up from child care.

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