Highlight on Research

UC Study Finds Organs from HCV Donors May Be Safe for Liver Transplant

A UC researcher says livers from HCV patients who test positive for theantibody made to fight the disease may pose a modest risk of infection and beacceptable for transplant

Ride Cincinnati Gives $200,000 in Grants for Breast Cancer Research

Marlene Harris-Ride Cincinnati has continued its support of UC Cancer Institutescientists with the annual award of five grants to continue promising breastcancer research.

UC Study Finds Direct Oral Anticoagulants May Help Some AF Patients

UC researchers have tested a computerized decision analytic model to determinethe benefit direct oral anticoagulants has for patients with atrialfibrillation.

CF Patients and Docs Use Shared Decision-Making Tool to Determine Regimens

Physician-researchers at the University of Cincinnati have developed acomputerized decision-making model to promote shared decision-making withcystic fibrosis patients.

Trial and Error: Researchers Publish Findings From First UC Phase I Trial

UC researchers published a study, the first from the Phase I program whichbegan in 2010, which unfortunately didn't have great outcomes but that taughtthem a lot.

Research Grants Focus on Issues Impacting Breast Cancer Survivors

The annual University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute Cancer Survivorship pilotresearch grants were awarded to College of Medicine faculty members Thursday,April 6.

Clinical Trial Looks at Targeted Genetic Therapies for Lung Cancer

Researchers at UC are enrolling patients in a clinical trial looking attargeted gene therapies in patients with early stage lung cancer who have hadsurgery.

Cancer Clinical Trials Office Recognized by National Network

The UC Cancer Institute's Clinical Trials Office has been selected to receivefinancial support from the NCI's National Clinical Trials Network for beinghigh performing.

Everything You've Wanted to Know About Participating in a Research Study

Beginning March 7, a UC Communiversity course will be offered on what you needto know when considering joining a research study.

GIVEHOPE, BSI Engineering Provide Support for Pancreatic Cancer Research

Thanks to funding support from GIVEHOPE and BSI Engineering, Inc., scientistsat UC can continue research that could help better treat pancreatic cancerpatients.