The Center for Environmental Genetics (CEG) has announced recipients of its2016 Career Development Awards.
For Beth Underhill, 47, fitness is life. It's also what helped keep her goingduring treatment for cancer.
Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati has continued its support of University ofCincinnati Cancer Institute scientists with the annual award of five grants,totaling $200,000.
Cancer researchers at the University of Cincinnati have found a particularsignaling route in microRNA (miR-22) that could lead to targets for acutemyeloid leukemia.
Barbara Sowder, 65, says that in the fall of 2014 she had a cough that she justcouldn't shake, but she attributed it to pesky allergies.
The ability to perform a delicate type of biopsy on major nerves is now one ofthe diagnostic tools available to specialists at the UC Neuroscience Institute.
Elizabeth Conley, 63, believes that God guides our journey every step of theway. Part of Conley's journey, unfortunately, involved esophageal cancer.
Last fall, 10 first-year medical students wanted to take their dedication tothe cause a bit further and document their 'staches in the form of a calendar.