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Bowen Lecturer to Discuss Cancer Disparities on April 4

  The Ohio State University College of Medicine is proud to present the 2014 Clotilde D. Bowen, MD Diversity Lecture Series featuring Dr. Edith Mitchell, MD, FACP. Dr. Mitchell will speak on the topic, “Navigating the Complex World of Cancer Diagno ...[Read More]
Published: Apr-01-14
Tags: Education

Kay Wolf Receives Distinguished Faculty Service Award

On March 24, Director of Medical Dietetics and Health Sciences, Kay Wolf, PhD, RDN, LD, was given the President and Provost’s Award for Distinguished Faculty Service – one of the Ohio State University’s most prestigious faculty awards. The Presiden ...[Read More]
Published: Mar-31-14
Tags: Education, Research

College’s “Leadership Institute” Prepares Faculty to Think as Leaders

The Faculty Leadership Institute (FLI) within The Ohio State University’s College of Medicine will graduate its current class this April.  A critical component of the College’s Center for Faculty Advancement, Mentoring and Engagement, FLI is a 12-mo ...[Read More]
Published: Mar-31-14
Tags: Education

The Happy Face of Match Day 2014

Ohio State medical student Amenze Ose was one of the happy graduating seniors to receive her residency pick in the March 21 Match Day – the day when medical students across America learned where they would be spending the next three to seven yea ...[Read More]
Published: Mar-28-14
Tags: Admissions, Education, Student Life

NCI Grant-Funded Trial Could Have Major Benefit for Elderly CLL Patients

​Optimal therapy for older patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is unclear, but a team of OSUCCC – James researchers will conduct a phase III clinical trial whose findings could transform how these patients are treated. The team – led by ...[Read More]
Published: Mar-27-14
Tags: Patient Care, Personalized Health Care, Research

2014 Research Day to Showcase Biomedical Research of OSUMC Trainees

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Published: Mar-25-14
Tags: Student Life, Research, Technology, Education, Curriculum

OSU Med Student Bradley Schnedl Selected to Serve on LCME National Accrediting Body

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Published: Mar-24-14
Tags: Student Life, Admissions, Curriculum, Education

Moving Toward Sustainable Health Care in Haiti

​Since 2006, Ohio State University physician and faculty member Howard Werman, MD, has been bringing emergency health care to Haiti, a nation designated as the poorest in the Americas and the third “hungriest” in the world. Dr. Werman’s most rece ...[Read More]
Published: Feb-25-14
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Popovich Wins Award To Study Chronic Complications From Spinal Cord Injury

About 90% of patients who sustain an injury in the top half of the spinal cord develop autonomic dysreflexia, a chronic and potentially life-threatening condition characterized by high spikes in blood pressure. Although the condition can be managed, ...[Read More]

Students’ “Change for the Better” Campaign Helps Feed Columbus’ Hungry Children

Each year, Ohio State medical students choose a local charity to support by collecting change in an effort that is aptly named “Change for the Better.” This year, they chose to help the Children’s Hunger Alliance, a non-profit organization that work ...[Read More]
Published: Feb-17-14
Tags: Student Life
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