Anil Menon, PhD, has been named associate dean for baccalaureate education in the College of Medicine by Andrew Filak Jr., MD, interim dean of the College of Medicine. Menon will be responsible for the oversight of all programs in the college that lead to a bachelor of science, bachelor arts or other undergraduate degrees.
Congratulations to Loryn Holokai from the Zavros lab who just received a F31 Predoctoral Fellowship from the NCI. Way to go Loryn!!
Congratulations to all our graduating students! Cameron McDaniel, Jeffrey Schubert, and Jessica Doll received their PhD degrees. Emily Campbell received her M.S. degree.
Congratulations to Jason McCoy in the Thompson lab who is one of four recipients of this
year’s College of Medicine Ryan Scholar Award. The awardees receive a honorarium and will be invited to attend
the Ryan Symposium in the Spring of 2019. Way to go Jason!!
Congratulations to PhD student Jessica Doll who was selected to give an oral presentation
at the 2018 International Herpesvirus Workshop in Vancouver. Way to go Jessica!
4/20/2018Congratulations to PhD students Erich Goebel and Jason McCoy for receiving
American Heart Association-2018 Predoctoral Fellowship awards. Way to go Erich and Jason!
3/19/2018: Congratulations to professor Daniel Hassett, PhD who is the winner of the 2018
University of Cincinnati Award for Established Entrepreneurial Achievement.
3/8/2018: Congrats to Molgen Graduate Student Hashim Aljohani for receiving a 2018-2019 Outstanding
International Graduate Student Award from the University of Cincinnati.
Way to go Hashim!
02/15/2018 Congratulations to Loryn Holokai winning 1st place in the Three
Minute Thesis Competition at UC's Graduate Student
Expo. Way to go Loryn!
2/2/2018: Congrats to Molgen Graduate Student Alex Yarawsky for receiving a 2018-2019 Dean's
Fellowship from the University of Cincinnati. Way to go Alex!
2/2/2018: Congrats to Molgen Graduate Student Alex Yarawsky for receiving a 2018-2019 Dean's Fellowship from the University of Cincinnati. Way to go Alex!
A UC researcher has been granted a U.S. patent for a potential treatment for apulmonary infection in patients with cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructivepulmonary disease. Read Story