Research in the News

Study Shows Technique to Be Effective in Identifying Smallest Lung Cancers

Researchers have found that radiotracer localization is a simple and effectivetechnique to identify and remove small lung nodules in patients undergoingsurgery.

Recent Studies Unveil Clues to Using Immunotherapy as Cancer Treatment

Recent research by John Morris, MD, unveils clues at the basic science andclinical levels that could help in the fight against cancer--and in using theimmune system to do so.

UC Awarded $1.5M to Study Blood Clotting in Traumatic Brain Injury

A $1.5 million, five-year federal grant will allow a UC team to studymicroparticles that cause changes in blood clotting following traumatic braininjury..

UC Research Widely Represented at 2018 American Transplant Congress

For decades, UC's College of Medicine Transplant Program has broken new groundin the field of organ transplantation which continues at the 2018 AmericanTransplant Congress.

Study Shows Targeted Biopsy for Prostate Cancer More Effective

Researchers at UC have found that MRI fusion biopsy outperformed standardprostate biopsy in patients with a prior negative prostate biopsy.

Cancer Clinical Trial Coordinators Head to Medical School

UC Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Coordinators Jenna Braun, 23, CamdenMartin, 26, and Audrey McCartney, 23, will begin their journeys as medicalstudents this summer.

Join the UC, UC Health Team for Ride Cincinnati Event

Ride Cincinnati, a bike ride and fundraising event benefitting the UC HealthBarrett Cancer Center, will take place Sunday, June 10, at Yeatman's Cove.

Research Shows Potential Benefit of Integrative Medicine Practices

New research from UC shows how integrative practices may help improveresiliency in medical students and reduce symptoms of patients undergoingcancer treatment.

First Patient Treated With Next-Generation Immunotherapy at UC

The first patient in an upcoming national Phase I clinical trial, looking at anext-generation individualized cancer therapy, was treated Tuesday at UCMedical Center.

Therapy After Surgical Removal of Rare Tumors May Not Increase Survival

Results of an analysis show that additional therapy delivered after surgicalremoval of a rare type of gastrointestinal tumor does not increase survivalrates for patients.