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Study Shows Socioeconomic Status Linked to Heart Failure Mortality in United States

Research highlights importance of addressing socioeconomic factors to improve outcomes | UH News Release

New Research Shows Air Pollution Could Play a Role in Development of Cardiometabolic Diseases, Diabetes

First-of-its-kind study, based on a mouse model, finds living in a polluted environment could be comparable to eating a high-fat diet, leading to a pre-diabetic state | New Release

What's New in Research at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio

Approach to discovery spans basic science to clinical impact - UH Alumni Associations e-Newsletter | September 2020

The Parallel Path at University Hospitals Urology Institute

Creating a culture where clinical and academic medicine both thrive - Innovations in Urology | Summer 2020

CENDIVE to Enhance Early-Stage Research Studies for Innovative New Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease

UH Research & Education Update | July 2020

How COVID-19 is Changing Gynecology Practice Patterns

New UH study begins to explore impact of pandemic on worldwide scale - Innovations in Obstetrics & Gynecology | Summer 2020 issue

UH Rainbow Participates in PAS 2020 Neonatology Summer Webinar Series

UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's will participate in the PAS 2020 Neonatology Summer Webinar Series to share original science abstracts that were accepted for the 2020 meeting. This initiative will provide a collegial opportunity to...

Research and Innovation Fuel UH's Response to COVID-19

We are among the first hospitals to conduct a clinical trial on the drug remdesivir, and are “thinking outside the box” in many other ways - UH Clinical Update | May 2020

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