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Autologous muscle derived cells for treatment of tongue dysphagia News

Autologous muscle derived cells for treatment of tongue dysphagia

Researchers at UC Davis Health are conducting a Phase II clinical trial to understand the potential benefits of injecting muscle stem cells into the tongue in subjects with moderate swallowing difficulty from head and neck cancer treatment.
First-ever genetic map to identify causes of sarcoma News

First-ever genetic map to identify causes of sarcoma

New research published in the journal of Science unlocks the genetic mystery of why some people develop sarcoma.
UC Davis Health adopts low pressure surgery systemwide News

UC Davis Health adopts low pressure surgery systemwide

The UC Davis Medical Center is the first in the nation to implement low pressure as a standard for all laparoscopic surgeries. A recent multi-site study published in MDPI showed the benefit for patients who underwent surgery for early-stage endometrial cancer.
Cardiac surgery chief delivered presidential address at international conference News

Cardiac surgery chief delivered presidential address at international conference

Dr. Bob Kiaii, chief of the Division of Adult Cardiac Surgery at UC Davis Health, delivered his presidential address at the International Society of Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery’s (ISMICS) 2022 Annual Scientific Meetings.
Advances in heart failure take center stage at cardiovascular summit News

Advances in heart failure take center stage at cardiovascular summit

Cardiovascular experts from UC Davis Health presented new research and clinical findings at the 2022 Heart Failure Summit this past fall.
Multidisciplinary team supports patients at greater risk of fragility fractures News

Multidisciplinary team supports patients at greater risk of fragility fractures

Roughly 44 million Americans have low bone density, placing them at an increased risk for broken bones. These individuals often experience fragility fractures, the result of a fall from standing height or less.
Female and male hearts respond differently to stress hormone in mouse study News

Female and male hearts respond differently to stress hormone in mouse study

A new study by UC Davis researchers published in Science Advances concludes that female and male hearts respond differently to noradrenaline.
Center for Skull Base Surgery earns national distinction News

Center for Skull Base Surgery earns national distinction

The North American Skull Base Society (NASBS) recognized the UC Davis Center for Skull Base Surgery as a NASBS Multidisciplinary Team of Distinction. The center provides life-changing care for patients with a variety of skull base, brain, head and neck tumors.
Preventing hospital readmissions following TAVR procedures News

Preventing hospital readmissions following TAVR procedures

UC Davis Division of Cardiovascular Medicine researchers examined intermediate and high-risk patients undergoing TAVR between 2012 and 2018 and found causes for why some patients are more prone to rehospitalization following procedures.
UC Davis awarded prestigious NIH grant to train scientists in musculoskeletal research News

UC Davis awarded prestigious NIH grant to train scientists in musculoskeletal research

The Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering recently received the prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) T32 training program grant.
David Tom Cooke recognized for care and compassion in medicine News

David Tom Cooke recognized for care and compassion in medicine

Dr. David Cooke, UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center surgeon and chief of the Division of General Thoracic Surgery, was recognized by Physicians for a Healthy California (PHC) with the 2022 Ethic Physician Leadership Award.
Two faculty members selected for prestigious national executive leadership programs News

Two faculty members selected for prestigious national executive leadership programs

Dr. Debbie Aizenberg, clinical professor of otolaryngology - head and neck surgery, associate chief medical officer for ambulatory care, and interim executive director of the UC Davis Medical Group, was selected as one of the inaugural fellows for the Executive Leadership in Health Care Program (ELH).

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