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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."


Neuroimaging, AI help detect brain changes

May 1, 2024

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati and Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin are leading a study using state-of-the-art neuroimaging techniques and artificial intelligence to identify changes in the brains among children of adults living with bipolar disorder.


From flight nurse aspirations to health care innovation: Meet...

April 30, 2024

We can thank flight nurses to Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Class of ’97 alumnus Nick Dobrzelecki’s interest in nursing. More than 30 years since making that decision, Dobrzelecki has not yet flown as a nurse, but has impacted the health care industry on many fronts.


$13.5 million from Hugh H. Hoffman estate supports ALS research...

April 29, 2024

A $13.5 million gift from the estate of Hugh H. Hoffman, MBA ’63, will revolutionize research and patient care related to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) at the ALS Multidisciplinary Clinic at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute.


WVXU: Find your CPAP annoying? UC researchers are working on a...

April 22, 2024

Dr. Liran Oren is leading a research team at the University of Cincinnati developing a VortexPAP machine that takes advantage of vortex airflow technology. A preliminary clinical study with current CPAP users demonstrated that the VortexPAP can deliver the pressure levels that are used in the subjects’ CPAP therapy, but the mask is more comfortable to wear. It has a minimalistic design that is less intrusive and barely touches the patient’s face.

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