Waltz to Serve on NIH Study Section

Waltz to Serve on NIH Study SectionSusan Waltz, PhD, professor of cancer biology, has been asked to serve on the Cancer Molecular Pathology Study Section for the National Institutes of Health.


Two Genes Linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Inflammatory Bowel Disease affects over 1.4 million people in the U.S. Now, researchers have found two genes that aid in its development.


Ride Cincinnati Grants Help Fund Influential Research

The Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati event and efforts provide UC Cancer Institute researchers with the financial support to continue promising breast cancer research.


College of Medicine Institutes Have High Aspirations

Community support, collaboration and growth were common themes in a series of presentations this week about College of Medicine institutes.


Health Sciences Library Ranked 14th Most Impressive Medical School Library

The Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library was ranked 14th among "the 25 most impressive university medical school libraries in the world."


Event Focuses on Activism to Eliminate Environmental Links to Cancer

The 10th annual "Looking Upstream for Environmental Links to Breast Cancer," will be held from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, April 12.


Plas Invited to Serve on NIH Study Section

David Plas, PhD, associate professor of cancer biology, has accepted an invitation to serve on the Tumor Cell Biology Study Section, Center for Scientific Review at the Nation


HEALTH LINE: Colon Cancer Decreases but Misconceptions Remain

Martha Ferguson, MD, UC Cancer Institute physician, says there are still misconceptions that are causing people to forgo their colonoscopy.