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Parent training significantly reduces disruptive behavior in children with Autism

​It’s estimated that six out of 1,000 children worldwide are affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and 50 percent demonstrate serious and disruptive behavior, including tantrums, aggression, self-injury and noncompliance. For children with AS ...[Read More]
Published: Apr-21-15
Tags: Patient Care, Research

Match Day 2015

The Ohio State University saw its 234  senior medical students join more than 40,000 of their peers across the country in the 2015 National Residency Match Day at noon on Friday, March 20. National Residency Match Day is the traditional day senior ...[Read More]
Published: Apr-02-15
Tags: Admissions, Education, Student Life

Ohio State College of Medicine Ranks 31 among medical schools

The annual U.S.News & World Report “America’s Best Graduate Schools” list was released today. I’m pleased to share that the OSU College of Medicine was ranked 31st among all medical schools, up three spots from last year. This puts us as one of ...[Read More]
Published: Mar-10-15
Tags: Admissions, Education, Research, Student Life

Rebecca D. Jackson, MD receives Distinguished Scholar Award

Rebecca D. Jackson, MD, Professor of Internal Medicine at The Ohio State University, was presented with the Distinguished Scholar Award on Thursday, February 19, 2015. Dr. Jackson is a leader in clinical and translational science in the field of w ...[Read More]
Published: Mar-06-15
Tags: Research

$2.4 Million Grant to Study Aortic Aneurysms Using Noninvasive Imaging Technique

A team of researchers led by Dr. Arunark Kolipaka has been awarded a $2.4 million grant to study abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) using a novel imaging technique called Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE). The noninvasive procedure is designed to ...[Read More]
Published: Feb-20-15
Tags: Research

​Researchers identify 2 genetic mutations that interact to lower heart attack risk

​Researchers have determined that two mutations on a single gene can interact in a way that lowers the carrier’s risk for a heart attack. The variants are found in a gene called DBH, which regulates an enzyme involved in the conversion of dopamine ...[Read More]
Published: Feb-03-15
Tags: Research

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Named a Top 10 Residency Program in the Midwest for Four Specialities

Recognized by physicians for Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology, Otolaryngology and Obstetrics and Gynecology training leadership in Doximity report [COLUMBUS, Ohio], January 13, 2015— The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center was named one of ...[Read More]
Published: Jan-19-15
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Michael J. Patzakis Endowed Lectureship Orthopaedics to launch in autumn 2015

“I’m grateful for my education and all that OSU has given me,” says Michael J. Patzakis, MD ’63, who chose to say “thank you” to the College of Medicine by establishing the Michael J. Patzakis MD Endowed Lectureship in Orthopaedics at Ohio State, ex ...[Read More]
Published: Jan-05-15
Tags: Education, Student Life

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
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