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Glibenclamide Treatment for Limiting Progressive Hemorrhagic Necrosis Following Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

​Read the highlights of Dr.Phillip Popovich and J.Marc Simard Research for the U.S. Department of Defense Spinal Cord Injury Research Program (SCIRP)-Glibenclamide Treatment for Limiting Progressive Hemorrhagic Necrosis Following Traumatic Spinal Co ...[Read More]
Published: Dec-19-14
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Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program Grants Travel Awards at Annual Retreat

  Congratulations to Biomedical Sciences Graduate Students, Sarah Fritz and Parker Woods, who each won a $1,000 travel award at the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program's Annual Retreat held on December 10 at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4 ...[Read More]
Published: Dec-12-14
Tags: Research

New CEO of OSU Wexner Medical Center

OSU President Dr. Michael Drake has announced that ​Dr. Sheldon Retchin of Virginia Commonwealth University has accepted the offer to serve as executive vice president of health sciences and CEO of the Wexner Medical Center, effective March 2, subje ...[Read More]
Published: Dec-08-14
Tags: Admissions, Curriculum, Education, Patient Care, Research

​Six Ohio State Faculty Among the 2014 Class of AAAS Fellows

Six Ohio State University faculty have been elected this year as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election as a Fellow is an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers. New Fellows will be welcomed in ...[Read More]
Published: Nov-25-14
Tags: Research, Education

The State of Medical Education

HOW LONG SHOULD MEDICAL SCHOOL LAST? NEW SURVEY EXPLORES WHAT DOCTORS AND MED STUDENTS SAY ABOUT THE STATE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION COLUMBUS, Ohio – As experts in medical education innovation, leaders at The Ohio State University College of Medicine r ...[Read More]
Published: Nov-20-14
Tags: Admissions

​Danger of Repeat Head Injuries: Brain’s Inability to Tap Energy Source

  Two or more serious hits to the head within days of each other can interfere with the brain’s ability to use sugar – its primary energy source – to repair cells damaged by the injuries, new research suggests.   The brain’s ability to use energy ...[Read More]
Published: Nov-17-14
Tags: Research

Schweitzer Fellows Engage Communities to Improve Health

T.M. Ayodele Adesanya, an MD-Ph.D. student in biomedical sciences, had a passion for the kids at Champion Middle School on the Near East Side of Columbus after learning in 2010 that the state declared it to be the most underperforming middle school ...[Read More]
Published: Nov-14-14
Tags: Education, Research, Student Life

Ellison Named Interim COM Dean

​E. Christopher Ellison, MD, was named as interim dean of the College of Medicine by Provost Joseph Steinmetz. The appointment is effective Nov. 15 and subject to approval by the Board of Trustees. Dr. Ellison has a long and distinguished career as ...[Read More]
Published: Nov-14-14
Tags: Admissions, Curriculum, Education, Student Life

2014 Annual Heritage Lecture

2014 Annual Heritage LectureIn Celebration of the Centennials of The Ohio State University Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, and Optometry “100 Years of Excellence: A Tale of Three Colleges” Please join us for an evening of celebration and reflection f ...[Read More]

New Research Adds Spice to Curcumin’s Health-Promoting Benefits

The health benefits of over-the-counter curcumin supplements might not get past your gut, but new research shows that a modified formulation of the spice releases its anti-inflammatory goodness throughout the body.   Curcumin is a naturally occurr ...[Read More]
Published: Nov-06-14
Tags: Patient Care, Research
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