Research in the News

Medscape: Skin adverse events rare after immunotherapy to treat skin cancers

Medscape highlighted University of Cincinnati research published in JAMA Dermatology that found skin adverse events were rare following immunotherapy treatments for certain skin cancers.

UC researchers develop new CPAP device

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are developing a VortexPAP machine that takes advantage of vortex airflow technology. A preliminary clinical study with current CPAP users demonstrated that the VortexPAP can deliver the pressure levels that are used in the subjects’ CPAP therapy, but the mask is more comfortable to wear. It has a minimalistic design that is less intrusive and barely touches the patient’s face.

The next generation of care

University of Cincinnati student-led nonprofit organization Parkinson's Together takes a multidisciplinary approach to meeting the needs of patients with Parkinson's disease in their community. Now it's setting a model for student organizations across the country.