UC Heart Lung and Vascular Institute News

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  • Scholarvision Episode 7

    https://youtu.be/rU7zhEvHlRk Richard Becker, MD and his guests discuss heart transplant.

  • Scholarvision Episode 6

    https://youtu.be/vW_cdR4TeHk Richard Becker, MD and his guests discuss thrombosis.

  • Scholarvision Episode 5

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owhnP4Ah87s Richard Becker, MD and his guest discuss vascular medicine.

  • Persistence = Prevention

    Tom Watson is a semi-retired, engineer with GE Aircraft Engines. He enjoys playing golf, landscaping, and traveling. But all of this was brought to a [...]

  • Finding the Calm

    Sixty-year-old Robert Spell was visiting a friend at a nursing home when he started feeling ill. Robert said, “I felt a little nausea at first [...]

  • Keeping Heart Patients Healthier

    Physicians who routinely review with their patients the medications they should be taking are more likely to have patients adhere to their medications and achieve [...]

  • Kranias Honored at AHA Scientific Sessions

    Litsa Kranias, PhD, Hanna Professor and Director of cardiovascular biology and co-director of the Cardiovascular Center of Excellence at UC, was among a select group [...]

  • Kranias Honored at the American Heart Association

    Litsa Kranias, PhD, Hanna Professor and Director of cardiovascular biology and co-director of the Cardiovascular Center of Excellence at UC, is among a select group [...]

  • First Cincinnati Collaborative Cardiovascular Consortium Set for Nov. 8

    CINCINNATI—The University of Cincinnati’s (UC) Division of Cardiovascular Health and Disease will host a regional symposium on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014, at the Marriott RiverCenter [...]

  • UC Clinical Trial Looks at Statins for HIV Patients

    The University of Cincinnati is part of a multi-center clinical trial focused on determining whether individuals living with HIV infections can take a class of [...]

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