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You asked for it, and we listened. Introducing the UC Alumni Association’s new health series for Bearcats to learn from our experts on various health topics, such as previous discussions on the COVID-19 pandemic, racial inequities in healthcare, and resilience during times of stress.

Upcoming Events

Check back for upcoming BEARCATS/health events.

Past Events

If you haven't been able to join us for a BEARCATS/health program yet, you still can! Check out our YouTube playlist of BEARCATS/health virtual event recordings.

The University of Cincinnati Alumni Association's Academic Health Center alumni engagement team has presented webinars that explored public health crises with an attempt to understand the causes and consequences of health inequities. To learn more, click here.

Giving Back

UC clinicians and researchers have been on the front lines of the region's response to COVID-19, truly making our community proud. The Crisis Response Fund supports the immediate and ongoing needs of UC Health clinicians and staff as they continue to understand, treat and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Please consider making a gift to support UC and UC Health to address areas of emerging and critical need in real-time. 

Health News from UC


Scientists create world’s first mini-brain with working...

May 23, 2024

Interesting Engineering and Drug Target Review highlighted research led by University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital researcher Ziyuan Guo that developed the first human mini-brain that incorporates a fully functional blood-brain barrier.


More trial evidence supports drug tenecteplase for acute stroke...

May 22, 2024

TCT MD included comments from the University of Cincinnati's Eva Mistry in a story recapping trial data presented at the European Stroke Organisation Conference that found clot-busting drug tenectaplase is becoming a first-choice treatment in certain situations.

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Briana Coggins, A&S '10, '20

Director, Alumni Engagement, College of Medicine