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Stephen Strakowski, MD Comments on Crowd Behavior During Winton Terrace Robbery

When onlookers used cellphones to record a beating and robbery, it raised questions about crowd behavior in our society. Stephen Strakowski, MD, Dr. Stanley and Mickey Kaplan Professor and Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, and UC Health psychiatrist comments on the topic. Watch the story here>>  Media Outlet: WCPO Channel 9

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Dr. Joseph Broderick Investigates Cost Drivers for Acute Stroke Care

A number of factors contribute to the cost associated with having a stroke. Dr. Joseph Broderick, Distinguished Research Professor in the department of neurology and rehabilitation medicine and director of the UC Neuroscience Institute, presented the findings of a new study exploring those costs at the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s annual International Stroke Conference 2014…
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Dr. Opeolu Adeoye Reports Timely Acute Stroke Care Lacking Nationwide

The vast majority of Americans live within an hour’s drive of a hospital able to treat acute stroke, but only 4 percent receive recommended treatment in the key hours after stroke. Dr. Opeolu Adeoye discusses his findings in a recent study. Read the story here>> Media Outlet: USA Today

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Dr. Erik Nelson Discusses the Affect Winter Weather has on Mood

It’s been a long winter and it’s far from over. Dr. Erik Nelson, Psychiatrist at the UC Neuroscience Institute’s Mood Disorders Center, discusses how you can battle the winter blues. Listen to the story here>> Media Outlet: WVXU Radio

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Obesity May Affect Hearing and Brain

Dr. Ravi Samy, director of the Cochlear Implant Program at the UC Neurosensory Disorders Center, discusses a possible link between obesity and spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaks. Read the story here>> Media Outlet: Medical Xpress

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Vincent Martin, MD Investigates Weather and Pain

Vincent Martin, MD, of the UC Neuroscience Institute’s Headache and Facial Pain Program, discusses his research on migraines, including their link with lightning. Listen to the story here>> Media Outlet: Radio Health Journal

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Jordan Bonomo, A Top Doctor!

Jordan Bonomo, MD, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and a member of the UC Neuroscience Institute, graces the cover of Cincinnati Magazine’s Top Doctors issue. In an interview with Fox19, Dr. Bonomo said he was “flattered and humbled” to appear on the cover. He also spoke about co-founding UC Health Team Haiti. “We are the…
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UC Will be Center of National Stroke Network

All federally funded research on how to prevent and treat strokes will be coordinated at the University of Cincinnati. UC officials announced in December it would be the national center for a network of 25 regional stroke centers set up by the National Institutes of Health. The national network comes with a $7.2 million in…
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Tighter Standards Ahead for Generic Epilepsy Drugs

Studies are underway that may lead the FDA to stiffen its bioequivalence rules for generic anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs). Dr. Michael Privitera, a neurologist at the UC Neuroscience Institute’s Epilepsy Center, explains that after some hesitation the FDA has agreed that studies are necessary. Read the story here>> Media Outlet: Med Page Today

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UC Neuroscience Institute Helps Patients, Bottom Line

The UC Neuroscience Institute (UCNI), one of four institutes of the UC College of Medicine and UC Health , brings in more than one-third of revenue at the UC Medical Center (UCMC). UCNI posted revenue of $230 million last year, and profits are increasing between 6 percent and 10 percent a year, administrative director Anya Sanchez said….
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