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Ohio State News (college-medicine)

2022
November
17,
2022
| 08:59 AM America/New_York
A team of Ohio State University experts has been awarded a contract through Brillient Corporation to complete an independent review of the Food and Drug Administration’s regulatory actions and decisions on currently approved opioid medications....
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November
15,
2022
| 12:34 PM America/New_York
Adopting some of the strategies behind successfully treating the childhood disease spinal muscular atrophy may enable development of therapies to curb the muscle decline that accompanies aging, new research suggests....
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November
14,
2022
| 16:01 PM America/New_York
Part of understanding the underlying causes of autism spectrum disorder relies on figuring out which cells’ signaling patterns in the brain are disrupted, and when during nervous system development the disruption occurs....
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October
27,
2022
| 10:30 AM America/New_York
The AAMC presented The Ohio State University College of Medicine and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center with the Spencer Foreman Award for Outstanding Community Engagement for exhibiting an extraordinary commitment to community service....
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October
18,
2022
| 15:11 PM America/New_York
Dr. Rebecca Jackson, a longtime physician scientist at The Ohio State University, will be remembered by so many people, for so many things, that it’s futile to try to name them all – but her impact on understanding and improving women’s health would ...
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October
14,
2022
| 09:54 AM America/New_York
INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the country’s oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education, has awarded the 2022 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award to five health sciences graduate progra...
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October
03,
2022
| 12:12 PM America/New_York
A research finding in mice that the drug gabapentin improved rehab compliance after spinal cord injury led scientists to a related, unexpected discovery: Injured mice that didn’t receive gabapentin and declined to exercise by themselves were willing ...
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September
07,
2022
| 10:03 AM America/New_York
A series of upcoming studies will explore whether the grind of active-duty military life and veterans’ disproportionately high incidence of chronic illness could be tamed by lifestyle interventions designed to achieve a metabolic state of nutritional...
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September
06,
2022
| 16:04 PM America/New_York
A newly funded Tropical Medicine Research Center at The Ohio State University will study factors that drive transmission and spread of visceral leishmaniasis, a serious parasitic disease in Eastern Africa that is fatal without treatment....
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August
23,
2022
| 16:14 PM America/New_York
Digital health systems can tell clinicians when someone’s heart-disease risk calls for a drug to lower cholesterol or whether insulin shots are warranted for a person with type 2 diabetes....
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August
22,
2022
| 12:07 PM America/New_York
A new national survey reveals considerable differences between psychiatrists’ perceptions about the safety and therapeutic value of certain psychoactive drugs and how those same drugs are categorized under U.S. policy....
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August
10,
2022
| 13:13 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University will lead a multi-institutional engineering research center to develop and deploy revolutionary, intelligent autonomous manufacturing systems and educate a future manufacturing workforce. The center will create approaches ce...
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August
09,
2022
| 08:01 AM America/New_York
A historically overlooked rod-like projection present on nearly every cell type in the human body may finally be getting its scientific due: A new study has found that these appendages, called cilia, on neurons in the brain have a key role in ensurin...
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August
03,
2022
| 15:43 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University head football coach Ryan Day and his wife, Nina, are making a $1 million gift to the university to fund research and services that promote mental health at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and College of Medic...
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July
26,
2022
| 10:08 AM America/New_York
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is nationally ranked in nine health care specialties, according to the U.S. News & World Report 2022-2023 “Best Hospitals” rankings issued today. It’s the 30th consecutive year that Ohio State is recogn...
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June
06,
2022
| 15:25 PM America/New_York
Belonging to one or more groups with long-standing social and economic disadvantages increases the risk of cancer diagnoses and death, according to our review of 28 cancer studies published between 2012 and 2021....
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June
01,
2022
| 08:30 AM America/New_York
Blocking an immune response-related enzyme holds promise in preventing or treating severe COVID-19 symptoms by reducing inflammation, tissue injury and blood clots in the lungs, new research in mice suggests....
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May
26,
2022
| 07:36 AM America/New_York
The loss of smell and taste with a COVID-19 infection during the delta surge was a prevalent symptom and wasn’t prevented by vaccination, new research suggests....
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May
24,
2022
| 12:00 PM America/New_York
Based on the positive results of a new pilot study offering personalized aquatic occupational therapy for 19 children with autism, Ohio State University researchers will expand the program to include 36 children over the next year....
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May
23,
2022
| 10:22 AM America/New_York
The drug gabapentin, currently prescribed to control seizures and reduce nerve pain, may enhance recovery of movement after a stroke by helping neurons on the undamaged side of the brain take up the signaling work of lost cells, new research in mice ...
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May
11,
2022
| 14:02 PM America/New_York
Researchers have shown for the first time in mice that heart problems associated with the flu are not caused by raging inflammation in the lungs, as has long been predicted....
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May
02,
2022
| 08:30 AM America/New_York
New research in mice raises the prospects for development of post-concussion therapies that could ward off cognitive decline and depression, two common conditions among people who have experienced a moderate traumatic brain injury....
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April
26,
2022
| 15:37 PM America/New_York
A new study in breast cancer survivors has found that chemotherapy, while a critical part of breast cancer therapy, may also have some lasting dampening effects on natural immunity, but moderate fitness improvements can offer some protection against ...
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March
15,
2022
| 08:17 AM America/New_York
The parasites that cause a disfiguring skin disease affecting about 12 million people globally may have met their match in vaccines developed using CRISPR gene-editing technology, new research suggests....
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March
09,
2022
| 14:01 PM America/New_York
A new study of brain development in mice shortly after birth may provide insights into how early life events can affect wiring patterns in the brain that manifest as disease later in life – specifically such disorders as schizophrenia, epilepsy and a...
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February
02,
2022
| 08:15 AM America/New_York
Black patients diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) of unknown cause are more likely to have family members at risk of developing the heart muscle disease than families of white patients, according to results of a multi-site study led by resea...
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January
26,
2022
| 07:29 AM America/New_York
The 2021 class of Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) includes seven Ohio State University investigators from the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Medicine....
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January
10,
2022
| 10:07 AM America/New_York
A scientific statement issued today by the American Heart Association finds that fewer than 1 in 5 adults with Type 2 diabetes in the United States are meeting targets to reduce heart disease risk. However, available therapies can help when combined ...
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January
05,
2022
| 07:59 AM America/New_York
First-responder cells launching the repair after a heart attack are so frantic about fixing the damage that they promote more inflammation than necessary, new research in mice suggests....
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2021
December
15,
2021
| 08:26 AM America/New_York
A new study in mice shows transplanted brown fat can reduce type 2 diabetes risk factors after a heart attack, an encouraging finding for scientists who hope to apply the so-called “good” fat’s beneficial properties to drugs that can help prevent hea...
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