After decades of laboratory research, the discoveries of Xiaoyang Qi, PhD, arebeing translated to clinical trials in humans, possibly helping thousandsliving with cancer.
Three graduate students in the UC College of Medicine's Cancer and Cell BiologyGraduate Program have received F31 awards from the NIH.
Nira Ben-Jonathan, PhD, has found that a receptor in dopamine, which could betargeted with a blood pressure medication, could treat late-stage breastcancer.
Researchers at UC have found that putting liver cancer patients on a medicationregimen prior to undergoing a certain treatment could lead to shorter hospitalstays.
Allowing slower escalation of doses of a Type 2 diabetes drug, along withchemotherapy and radiation treatments, in head and neck cancer patients couldbe beneficial.
UC Athletics Football 101 is being held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, July14, at Nippert Stadium's Carson Field.
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.