Research in the News

Study shows non-invasive hysterectomy may lead to shorter survival rates

A new study co-authored by a UC resident physician shows that non-invasiveradical hysterectomy may lead to shorter survival rates in certain women.

Educational breast cancer event focuses on empowering patients, survivors

A cancer diagnosis is and always has been a scary occurrence, sometimes leavingthe patient feeling powerless and discouraged.

UC researcher studies cancer-detecting mouthwash with help from ACS grant

Researchers at UC are investigating whether certain molecular markers that canbe collected from simple mouthwash samples can help in identifying throat andmouth cancers.

Study Details Effect of Radiation Exposure on Hormone Deficiencies

Researchers have detailed the effect of radiation exposure on the developmentof hormone deficiency in pediatric and young adult patients treated for braintumors.

UC's StrokeNet Will Continue to Oversee All Stroke Trials for NIH

University of Cincinnati (UC) has been renewed as the national coordinatingcenter for all clinical stroke trials within the National Institutes of Health(NIH) StrokeNet

Study Shows Technique to Be Effective in Identifying Smallest Lung Cancers

Researchers have found that radiotracer localization is a simple and effectivetechnique to identify and remove small lung nodules in patients undergoingsurgery.

Recent Studies Unveil Clues to Using Immunotherapy as Cancer Treatment

Recent research by John Morris, MD, unveils clues at the basic science andclinical levels that could help in the fight against cancer--and in using theimmune system to do so.

UC Awarded $1.5M to Study Blood Clotting in Traumatic Brain Injury

A $1.5 million, five-year federal grant will allow a UC team to studymicroparticles that cause changes in blood clotting following traumatic braininjury..

UC Research Widely Represented at 2018 American Transplant Congress

For decades, UC's College of Medicine Transplant Program has broken new groundin the field of organ transplantation which continues at the 2018 AmericanTransplant Congress.

Study Shows Targeted Biopsy for Prostate Cancer More Effective

Researchers at UC have found that MRI fusion biopsy outperformed standardprostate biopsy in patients with a prior negative prostate biopsy.