Research in the News

UC study: Real-time navigation a useful tool for liver cancer procedures

A University of Cincinnati Cancer Center study published in the journal JAMA Network Open found real-time navigation is a useful tool for surgeons performing ablation procedures to destroy tumors in the liver.

University of Cincinnati and Rwanda build capacity in cardiology

Rwanda faces a critical shortage of medical specialists. The University of Cincinnati's UC Rwanda Initiative has partnered with the country's ministry of health, the national University of Rwanda and the country’s teaching hospitals to develop cardiology fellowships through virtual courses and bidirectional exchange. The first two fellows visited UC for eight weeks.

U.S News. & World Report: Is it allergies or sinusitis? Many folks are misdiagnosed

What if you'd been treated for years for a condition, only to find out that you'd long ago been misdiagnosed? That's what's happening to a sizable number of Americans who are taking allergy meds (to little effect) when in fact they have chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS), a new UC study contends. US News and World Report published a report on the research, interviewing the lead author Ahmad Sedaghat of the UC College of Medicine.