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2016: A Year of Progress, Healing and New Beginnings

The physicians, researchers, managers and associates of the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute say thank you to our friends who supported our tripartite mission [...]

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Specialists Sound a New Alarm as Hearing Damage Surfaces in Youth

Ravi Samy, MD, FACS, an otolaryngologist with the Neurosensory Disorders Center at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute, is seeing increasing numbers of young [...]

New Home Planned for University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute

The University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute has launched a $54.6 million fundraising campaign that will fund a new world-class outpatient facility for people with neurologic [...]

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Gene Expression Test Changing Practice for Thyroid Care

Each year in the U.S, approximately 75,000 patients undergo surgery to remove cytologically indeterminate thyroid nodules—small growths of cells near their thyroid gland that can’t [...]

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Vocal Cord Exams Gave Choir Games Singers a View of Their Sound

Liz Sabo Johnson, a lead in the Cincinnati Sound Chorus and a participant in the World Choir Games, wasn’t sure why her voice was taking [...]

Free Hearing Screenings Offered May 2-4

More than 28 million Americans are estimated to have some form of hearing loss. Hearing loss can affect people at any age, but the problem [...]

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Free Ear, Nose & Throat Screenings Offered by UCNI Specialists

If you harbor an inkling of doubt, your chance for a free screening of various ear, nose and throat conditions is coming up. Neurosensory Disorders [...]

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Reconstructing Airways, Reconstructing Lives

Pull back the curtain on the nationally acclaimed ear, nose and throat team at the University of Cincinnati (UC) Gardner Neuroscience Institute, and you find [...]

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