ACRC News Archive

Abundance of Accolades for ACRC's former Co-Director Christopher Lindsell, Ph.D. It was with a mix of appreciation, sadness and celebration that we wished farewell to Chris Lindsell at our June meeting. These sentiments were shared campus-wide, as expressed so eloquently by Dr. Arthur Pancioli, Professor and Chairman of UC's Department of Medicine (read more).

Whether he was your colleague, supervisor or mentor, you easily 'caught' his fever for collaboration as the key to accelerating research innovation. His special passion for acute care research left us more empowered to reach our ACRC vision of ‘ascending to a nationally-acclaimed best practice program recognized for its unparalleled advancement of acute care research.’

Though Chris’ leadership will be deeply missed, we wish him all the best as he shares his remarkable collaborative spirit with the fortunate folks at Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research - beginning this August.

 ►More Millennials Are Having Strokes. Article includes research by and comments from Brett Kissela, MD, Albert Barnes Voorheis Chair and professor in the Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine at the UC College of Medicine and a UC Health physician. A growing body of research indicates strokes among U.S. millennials—ages 18 to 34—have soared in recent years. Scientific American—June 28, 2017. Read more

Self: The Truth About Whether Red Wine Actually Helps Your Heart Health.  Dr. Richard Becker, director and physician-in-chief of the UC Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute, is quoted in this story on a large new meta-analysis of data examining the health benefits of red wine against coronary heart disease. Read more

Admired Co-Director Jackie Grupp-Phelan, MD, MPH, left CCHMC this summer on a new career journey to UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, San Francisco, as Chief of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Read more