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Brain Pace Maker Part 1

10:22AM
May
7, 2014

A look at how brain pacemakers, developed by Ali Rezai and the Center for Neuromodulation at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, are changing the landscape of modern medicine.

Brain Pace Maker Part 2

10:21AM
May
7, 2014

The second part of a look at how brain pacemakers, developed by Ali Rezai and the Center for Neuromodulation at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, are changing the landscape of modern medicine.

One-Health Ethiopia

10:20AM
May
7, 2014

A team of Ohio State University researchers confront global health issues in the rapidly developing country of Ethiopia.

P4 Medicine: Investing in Health and Wellness

4:25PM
June
30, 2011

Researchers at Ohio State University discuss P4 Medicine and investing in wellness.

Positive Impact of Video Games on Health

3:51PM
June
30, 2011

Researchers at The Ohio State University find that playing video games can have healthy returns. Using games can have positive effects on soldiers returning from Afghanistan suffering from Post Tramatic Stress Disorder.

Benefits and Cost Effectiveness of P4 Medicine

3:51PM
June
30, 2011

Using P4 medicine, providers can create systems of care to audimate the ability to deliver the right care to the right person at the right time and reduce the variability of the care.

Innovative Ways to Promote Personal Health

10:56AM
June
30, 2011

New and innovative strategies instituted at Ohio State University can help promote personal health.

Recent Ohio State Graduates Embark on New Journey

9:59AM
June
27, 2011

Recent graduates of The Ohio State University look back at their college experience and reveal their plans for the future.

Breaking Down Barriers in Treating Cancer

11:27AM
May
26, 2011

One of the greatest struggles in fighting cancer today is the variations of cancer and the inability to make decisions across the board for treatment.

Ingram Fund Supports Autism Research at Ohio State

12:31PM
April
24, 2011

The Ingram Fund is supporting the groundbreaking autism research taking place at Ohio State.