Free Symposium Educates on the Latest in Lung Cancer Research, Treatment

Free Symposium Educates on the Latest in Lung Cancer Research, Treatment To showcase advances in lung cancer research, screening and treatment, the UCCancer Institute's Lung Cancer Center will host a free community event Oct. 1.


Researchers Celebrated at Recognition Program

The College of Medicine celebrated its research successes and congratulated keycontributors during the Research Recognition Program Sept. 22.


Brain Tumor Symposium, Walk Ahead 5K Set for Oct. 22-23

For those impacted by brain tumors, the weekend of Oct. 22-23 is a meaningfulone with the Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference and Walk Ahead for a BrainTumor Cure.


Experts Discuss Effects of Cancer on Memory and Thinking at Free Symposium

The UC Cancer and UC Gardner Neuroscience Institutes are holding a free seminarSaturday, Sept. 24, to educate patients and the community on the effect ofcancer on memory.


Early Registration for Jensen Symposium Extended to Sept. 30

Early bird registration is being offered for the Department of Cancer Biologysponsored "Jensen Symposium on Breast Cancer," being held Nov. 3-4, 2016 inKresge Auditorium.


All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Event Sept. 28 Raises Money for Cancer Institute

Slice Night Cincinnati 2016, an all-you-can-eat pizza event benefiting the UCCancer Institute, will take place from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28.


Sasaki Awarded R21 Grant to Study Targeted Treatments for Brain Cancer

Atsuo Sasaki, PhD, has been awarded an NIH grant to study a targeted and safetreatment for glioblastoma multiforme, the most aggressive form of braincancer.


10th Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplant Patient Back to Golfing Thanks to UC

Retired Pastor Dennis Rebennack, 68, or "Den" to his friends and family,doesn't claim to be a golf pro, but that's never stopped him from playing thegame.