August 8, 2007
Today's Forecast: Scattered Storms, High 86°
Tomorrow: Mostly Sunny, High 86°
- Section of Hutchison Road Closed Thursday and Friday
- Clots and Cancer Carry Hidden Double Risk
- Rochester Family Psychologist Wins First PSYCHE Prize
- Palliative Center for Caring Welcomes First Patients
- Event Highlight: Art at 11 Lecture
- Rochester in the News: Shanna Swan on the Link between Pollutants and Declining Sperm Counts, Changes to University Health Care Plans
- In Higher Ed: Campus Safety Tops Orientation Agendas
Section of Hutchison Road Closed Thursday and Friday
Hutchison Road, between Taylor Hall and Goergen Hall, will be closed Thursday, August 9, through Friday, August 10, for manhole repairs. Access to all parking at the east and west ends of Hutchison Road will be available. Direct questions to Jim Slobbe at 275-8931.
Clots and Cancer Carry Hidden Double Risk
Blood clots are increasingly common in cancer patients, but Medical Center researchers have created a novel risk model that can predict, with 98 percent certainty, which patients will not get a blood clot.
Rochester Family Psychologist Wins First PSYCHE Prize
Susan McDaniel, professor of psychiatry and family medicine, has won the American Psychological Foundation's Cummings PSYCHE Prize.
Palliative Center for Caring Welcomes First Patients
The Palliative Center for Caring, a partnership between Visiting Nurse Service and St. Ann's Community, recently welcomed its first patients to the 5-bed inpatient care center created for those needing short-term hospice and palliative care.
Art at 11 Lecture:
Talk by Susan Lakin, one of 23 artists featured in this year's Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition. Memorial Art Gallery. 11 a.m.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
ABC News (August 6)
"Sperm Count Paranoia a Widespread Worry"
"I think the evidence is growing that chemicals in the environment do affect a man's sperm count," says Shanna Swan, director of the Center for Reproductive Epidemiology at the Medical Center and professor of obstetrics and gynecology
and of environmental medicine. "It's probably not universal, but it is pretty good evidence for a decline in Western countries."
Democrat and Chronicle (August 7)
"UR to Alter Health Care Coverage"
"It would be easy to change prices," says Charles Murphy, associate vice president of human resources, in a report about the University's new employee health care plans. "(Instead) we will provide timely preventive care at no cost, and in doing so, our employees and their families will be healthier in the long run, which will result in a lower bill for the university."
ABCNews.com/Associated Press (August 7)
"Campus Safety Tops Orientation Agendas"
"At colleges around the country this summer, one topic has vaulted to the top of the agenda at freshman orientation: campus safety."
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