Research Innovation Week 2019

Following the confirmation of COVID-19 cases within the State of Ohio (as of March 11, 2020), Governor DeWine’s declaration of a state of emergency, and in alignment with UC Leadership’s coordinated efforts related to coronavirus, the UC Office of Research Leadership team has chosen to forgo Research & Innovation Week this year.


The staff at the Office of Research appreciates all of the time, energy and effort our faculty, staff and others put into planning R&I Week events and we certainly do not want to lose the opportunity to host these amazing events in the future. Therefore, we will be working with all our R&I Week 2020 event organizers to host the event at R&I Week 2021: March 29-April 2, 2021. Event organizers may wish to hold their event before R&I Week 2021. If so, we will work them and within the guidelines of the UC Public Health Response Team.


Trust that the Office of Research understands that this change may cause great inconvenience for many and we are sincerely sorry. We will provide updates here on the R&I Week website, in Findings, and on our Facebook and Twitter pages as needed. Note: UC has created a dedicated Coronavirus Public Health page to keep everyone abreast of all that is happening at the University of Cincinnati.


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R&I Week 2020 is a week-long celebration of disruptive ideasapplied solutions and the real-world impacts UC research, scholarship, and creative activities have on Cincinnati, the region, and beyond. The theme of R&I Week is “Digital Futures” … so what does that mean?!

#1: Digital Futures is a state-of-the-art research facility currently under construction at the MLK-71 interchange in Cincinnati’s emerging Innovation District. Target completion: Fall 2022. Get a sneak peak of the building here!

#2: Digital Futures is UC’s major, new research initiative under the Urban Futures Pathway that fosters imaginative, collaborative, and use-inspired research that advances technology and leverages it to drive diversity, equity and inclusion in the digital future and deliver applied, scalable solutions to society’s most pressing problems. Check out the DF teams here!

#3: Digital Futures is the theme of R&I Week 2020 because the UC Office of Research wanted to dedicate an entire week to socializing Digital Futures as a concept, unveiling our strategy and operational framework, and showcasing the innovative, inclusive and impactful work of the faculty, students and staff engaged with Digital Futures and Next Lives Here - Urban Futures Pathway writ large. Check out the R&I Week website!

Please join us!


Our promise to UC students is simple: Every Bearcat graduates with a clear focus on cultivating their ideal future. We are also passionate about early childhood and K-12 education.

Goal: Education that sparks curiosity, nurtures creativity, embodies cultural sensitivity, cultivates a love for learning and equips people with the skills needed for success in work and life.



We take our responsibility for the health and well-being of our children, our community and of society, seriously. In partnership with our affiliates at CCHMC, Hoxworth, and the VA, UC medical researchers, clinicians, nurses and mental health professionals are actively caring for, healing, and saving lives.

Goal: Prevention, quality care, equitable access, and the next cure.    

Society and Economy

UC is focused on enhancing the impact our institution has in Greater Cincinnati, our region and beyond. We are actively partnering to address real-world problems on both a local and global scale.

Goal: To improve the quality of life and to create a brighter, more secure future for all people. 


Check out our awesome thought leaders!


Day 1 - College Day Events
Monday, March 23, 2020

Day 2 - Symposium
Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Day 3 
Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Day 4 - Ethics Day!
Thursday, March 26, 2020

Day 5 - College Day Events
Friday, March 27, 2020

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
University of Cincinnati Data Day 2019

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Data

Tangeman University Center(TUC), Great Hall

This event promises to engage audience members, reveal solutions to data challenges and foster a community of best practices around improved data management.

To learn more about this event please visit the site here.

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Challenges and Risks in Acute Care Research Seminar

MSB 7051

The Acute Care Research Council is bringing together expertise across the AHC to foster collaboration and empower ACR stakeholders amidst the ever-challenging risks that are unique to the acute care setting. Presentations include EFIC trials from CCHMC and UC, update on changes to the Common Rule, Research vs. Critical Illness, and concluding with an audience-participation panel session.

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
The Research and Innovation Kick-Off and Reception

1819 Innovation Hub Rm. 230

The Kick-Off of Research and Innovation Week at the 1819 Innovation Hub. Speakers for this event include: Kristi Nelson (Provost), Patrick Limbach (Vice President for Research), David Adams (CIO), and others.

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
200 Years of Research at UC

Nippert West Pavillion 3rd Floor/South Lounge

David Stradling, PhD Greg Hand

Greg Hand and David Stradling put today’s research agenda and accomplishments in historical perspective, relaying stories and lessons gleaned from the years of research that went into producing UC’s bicentennial books.

Coffee and a light breakfast will be provided. 

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
Connected Autonomous Vehicles: Advanced concepts in future mobility

Nippert West Pavillion 3rd floor/North Lounge

Jenifer Moore Rich Granger Dr. Jiaqi Ma

Moderator: Jiaqi Ma 

Speaker 1: Rich Granger/DriveOhio
Topic: Smart Mobility and Workforce Development 

Speaker 2: Jenifer Moore /AAA
Topic: Automated Vehicle Customer Survey 

Speaker 3: Heather Reichert/Autonomous Stuff
Topic: Vehicle Automation and Research Platform 

Speaker 4: Jiaqi Ma/UC
Topic: Cooperative Automation: Connecting Vehicles and Infrastructure 
Next Mobility Lab 

Automated vehicle demonstration will start at 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
A map of where the North Lot is located is provided here.
***All participants are welcomed to see the vehicle. 
***RSVP needed for automated vehicle rides to: 

Participation is limited so we will give rides to as many individuals as possible.

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Designing a Smart Secure Local Data Grid: Establishing Infrastructure to Share Data in Smart Secure Cities

Nippert West Pavillion 4th Floor/Suites

Jess Kropczynski, PhD Richard J. Harknett, PhD

Presented by Jessica Kropczynski & Richard Harknett.

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
The Ohio Innocence Project: Stories and Music

Nippert West Pavillion 3rd Floor/North Lounge

Mark Godsey

Ohio Innocence Project Director Mark Godsey will talk about the national problem of wrongful convictions of the innocent, accompanied by two OIP clients, Nancy Smith and Rickey Jackson, who together spent more than 50 years in prison for crimes they didn't commit.  Nancy and Rickey will tell their stories, and The Cincinnati Opera will perform excerpts from their upcoming opera Blind Injustice, which is about the work of OIP on Nancy and Rickey's cases, among others.

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Institute for Interdisciplinary Data Science (IIDS): Wicked Problems Solved

Nippert West Pavillion 3rd Floor/South Lounge

Danny T.Y. Wu, PhD Jacinda K. Dariotis, PhD

Institute for Interdisciplinary Data Science (IIDS) aims to develop cutting-edge analytic strategies and techniques and apply them to both quantitative and qualitative data to address challenging real-world problems in areas such as education, business, health sciences, social sciences, psychology, biological and biomedical sciences. In this event, IIDS Director, Dr. Jacinda Dariotis, will provide an overview of the Institute, followed by individual presentations of all of the members. If you would like to learn more you can read about it here.

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Mitigating Vocal Fatigue for Video Game Voice Over Actors

Nippert West Pavillion - 3rd Floor/Mezzanine

Katelyn Reid, BFA, MA D’Arcy Smith, MFA, BFA

Voicing for violent video games is arguably the most vocally demanding job for the performer. D'Arcy Smith (CCM-Acting) and Katelyn Reid (UC-Health) undertook a study, not only to learn what the demands are on these performers, but also how to create these sounds in the healithest way possible. Come hear their results in this interactive lecture!

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Leaving a Legacy: Lessons from the Writings of Daniel Drake by Philip Diller

Book Launch, signing, and reception

Mercantile Library

A celebration of Dr. Philip Diller’s UC Press Book Launch at the Mercantile Library downtown Cincinnati (reception, reading & book signing). If you would like to learn more about the book or buy it you can do so here.

The Mercantile Library occupies the 11th and part of the 12th stories of The Mercantile Library Building at 414 Walnut Street (The Mercantile Library’s address since 1840).

The Mercantile Library Building is just steps away from the Cincinnati Bell Connector Fountain Square stop, as well as Metro’s Government Square transit hub.  

Garages and on-street spots available. Closest to the Library are Fountain Square North and South (410 Vine Street). Mabley Place Garage is just a few blocks away, with entrances at 410 Race Street and 28 West 4th Street. 



8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
UC Equity & Inclusion Conference

Tangeman University Center(TUC), 4th Floor

To learn more about this event please visit the site here.

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
IQ e-Pitch Event

Campus Rec Center

A major event put on by the College of Business on the Rec Center basketball courts that promotes student-inventors and entrepreneurs of all kinds! To learn more about this event please visit here.

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Hutton Ethics Lectureship

MSB E351

Dr. Benjamin Wilfond will be the Hutton Ethics Lectureship keynote speaker at noon on April 4 and plans to pose a radical question to the UC medical community. He asks: Why does medical research and clinical work have to exist separate from one another? If the approach was reevaluated to include the opinion of patients and include informed consent—think about all that could be accomplished, Wilfond says. He’ll discuss his Research on Medical Practices (ROMP) project, a collaborative effort of Seattle Children’s, the University of Washington and Stanford University.

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Resolving to Save Lives: Partnerships for the goal of ending the opioid epidemic

1819 Innovation Hub

This is a moderated panel discussion on the impact of the opioid crisis on families and communities in our region. Our distinguished panelists will also share new initiatives and approaches that are helping bend the arc of this devastating epidemic. 

The panel will be moderated by Terry DeMio, the Cincinnati Enquirer staff writer who was awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting for her moving special report, “Seven Days of Heroin.” DeMio received training at the American Society of Addiction Medication, and she works as a full-time heroin beat reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Our distinguished panelists include:

James Canfield, PhD: Assistant Professor at the UC College of Allied Health Sciences, Dr. Canfield’s area of research & practice is focused on the impact of homelessness and poverty on child, youth, families and health disparities.

Angela Clark, PhD: Assistant Professor at the UC College of Nursing, Dr. Clark’s research has highlighted the dire need for widespread prevention efforts regarding the opioid overdose epidemic that is plaguing the country. Dr. Clark has ten years of clinical and public health nursing experience and has focused on the identification and treatment of at-risk communities and individuals.

Lori Criss: Director of the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services, Criss comes to Governor Mike DeWine’s Cabinet with over 20 years of operations and leadership experience with addiction and trauma treatment. Director Criss has extensive experience in policy related to recovery housing, opiate addiction, and integrated physical and behavioral healthcare.

Lisbet Hope Portman: VP of Digital Content & Strategy at Addiction Policy Forum, a nonprofit dedicated to eliminated addiction as a major health problem. Ms. Portman has advocated for treatment access and reform as a writer, research, and teacher for over a decade with a focus on science translation and education.

J.D. Vance: New York Times Best Selling author who recently returned to his home state of Ohio. Vance, an Investor in Silicon Valley venture capital firm Mithril Capital is also managing partner of the Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, a $150 million early stage venture capital fund. Vance has begun creating his nonprofit, Our Ohio Renewal, to work on the opioid epidemic and other socio-economic challenges that he himself grew up with and that Ohio families face today.

8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
8th Annual Internal Medicine Research Symposium

CARE/Crawley Reception Area/MSB E-351

For more information and details on the events please visit here.

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Internal Medicine Research Symposium Keynote

MSB E351

Dr. Robert Siliciano Dr. Carl Fichtenbaum

If you would like more information please visit here. Presenting will be Dr. Robert Siliciano and Dr. Carl Fichtenbaum.

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Internal Medicine Research Symposium Poster Competition

CARE/Crawley Atrium

Dr. Carl Fichtenbaum Dr. Sakthivel Sadayappan

If you would like more information please visit here. Presenting will be Dr. Carl Fichtenbaum and Dr. Sakthivel Sadayappan.

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Images in Medicine Gallery and Competition

CARE/Crawley Atrium

If you would like more information please visit here. Any questions or concerns please contact Emily Dobbs.

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Annual R&I Week Faculty Awards Ceremony

West Pavilion President’s Suite

Provost Kristi Nelson and Vice President for Research, Patrick Limbach, will award the annual faculty excellence awards and the research mentoring awards to faculty nominated by college leadership in each category.

Also, the Vice President for Research will award three core values awards in recognition of University of Cincinnati faculty who have demonstrated respectfulness, positivity, and overall professionalism in their interactions with the staff of The University of Cincinnati Office of Research.

The Faculty Awards Ceremony is invitation only.

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Neuroinformatics Symposium

MSB E261

Brandon Foreman, MD

This symposium highlights the experts in bioinformatics, neuroscience, and engineering at the University of Cincinnati and its affiliated institutions and how we are pushing the boundaries of clinical and data sciences. Hosted by the Collaborative for Research on Acute Brain Injuries (@UC_CRANI), the Department of Neurology & Rehabilitation Medicine, and the Office of Research. 

Presenting will be Brandon Foreman with Data Blitz, featuring a variety of presenters from across the University.

8:30 AM - 9:30 PM
Bicentennial Community Day

Main Campus

A family-friendly day-long event for the entire community. Includes a variety of free academic enrichment sessions, interactive activities and displays. Don’t miss the grand finale – an exciting projection-mapping light show. For more information or to register, please visit here.

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Louder than a Bomb

Freedom Center

youth poetry slam contest finals at the Freedom Center (free, ticketed event – space limited/first come first serve). If you would like to learn more information please visit the website here.

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
DAAP Research Showcase

Aronoff Level 3 Atrium

Interactive display of current research from faculty and graduate students. Showcase will be open all week.

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Research and Innovation 2020 Kick-Off

Nippert Stadium West Pavilion


6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
DAAP Grantcellerator Presentations and Reception

Aronoff Level 3 Atrium

Meet the latest participants of the DAAP Grantcellerator Program—this program is designed to increase research capacity and multidisciplinary collaborations. Reception follows.  

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Digital Futures: Cybersecurity and Resilience Introduction and Panels

Nippert Stadium - West Pavilion

Agenda Coming Soon!

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Research and Innovation 2020 Keynote Luncheon

Nippert Stadium - West Pavilion

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Digital Futures Panel Discussion

The Societal Impact of Research in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Nippert Stadium - West Pavilion

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Digital Futures: Digital Health Lab Grand Opening and Reception

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
UC Press and Office of Research: Digital Community Scholarship - a panel discussion

The Mercantile Library

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Good Discovery(s) Festival

presented by the Urban Futures Institute

Tangeman University Center

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
UC Sports, Technology, & Research Summit

Fifth Third Arena

The UC Sports, Technology, & Research Summit will feature research and innovation related to enhancing, maintaining, and restoring human performance. While the focus of the summit will be on human performance in sports and athletics, human performance is a broad construct that also includes the extreme performance environments faced by first responders as well as everyday feats of human ability and mobility. This year’s event is intended to highlight the development of UC’s Digital Futures Advanced Human Performance & Neuromechanics Lab.

The event will include presentations featuring the work of UC researchers, a keynote address by Dr. Joshua Hagen (West Virginia University) titled “Applied Sport Science in 2020: Bringing Science to Practice by Quantifying, Visualizing, Actioning, and Researching Data in High Performers,” an interactive Human Performance Tech Fair featuring demonstrations and exhibits of technology designed to investigate or enhance human performance, and a closing reception. Researchers and practitioners from UC and CCHMC as well as local and national industry, sports teams, community organizations, health care companies, and federal research labs will be in attendance, providing opportunities to explore new collaborations and partnerships.


9-9:30                 Registration

9:30 – 12:00       Research Presentations (Arena Club @ Fifth Third Arena)
Tehran Davis - UC Psychology - Team coordination
Paula Silva - UC Psychology - Integration of virtual reality and artificial intelligence technology for performance assessment and personalized training in sports
Greg Myer - CCHMC Sports Medicine - Filtering the "noise" from emerging wearable technologies to improve athlete performance and safety
Abby Peairs - UC Nutrition Science - Bearcats in the kitchen: Culinary nutrition program for collegiate athletes to enhance human performance
Pierce Boyne - UC Physical Therapy - Recovery of walking ability after stroke: Effects of high-intensity interval training
Jason Shern- UC Biomedical Engineering - Recovery from musculoskeletal soft tissue injury
Amit Bhattacharya - UC Environmental Health - Non-invasive wearable and ingestible sensors for capturing effects of chronic hyperthermia and shift work on immune-mediated gait deficits in first responders
Bob Mangine - UC Athletics - Heart rate variability and its influence on recovery  
12:00-1:15          Lunch (Research and Innovation Food Truck Rally)

1:30 – 2:30         Keynote (Arena Club @ Fifth Third Arena) - 
Applied Sport Science in 2020:  Bringing Science to Practice by
                           Quantifying, Visualizing, Actioning, and Researching Data in High

Dr. Joshua Hagen - Director, Human Performance
                           Innovation Center, Department of Neuroscience, West Virginia

2:30 – 4:30         Tech Fair (Concourse outside Champions Club) 


Scott Bonnette/Chris Riehm - 
CCHMC/UC - aNMT: Augmented Neuromuscular Training for Injury Risk Reduction, Rehabilitation, & Performance Enhancement
TBD - UC Psychology - AR/VR, eye tracking 
Adam Strang - AFRL STRONG Lab - Airman Data Analysis and Performance Tracking System (ADAPTS)  
Abby McInturf/Rohit Nayak - BandCONNECT - BandCONNECT ("smart" resistance band for rehab) 
Nancy Koors/Steve Daly - Core Insights - Real-Time Biometrics 
Joe Clark - UC Neurology/Athletics - Dynavision
Pierce Boyne - UC Physical Therapy - fNIRS 
Eric Huppi - Include Health - smart/connected/inclusive fitness  

3:30 - 4:30          Reception (Champions Club)

Register Here

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
UC Office of Research and AAA: Technology Takes the Wheel

The Future of Autonomous Vehicles

Nippert Stadium - West Pavilion

For more information and to register:

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Surveillance of Students: An Ethical Travesty or Necessity?

Bryan Warnick, Ph.D.

Annie Laws (Teachers College, Room 407)

In this talk, I respond to the increasing use of surveillance cameras in public schools by examining the ethical questions raised by their use. I explore the extent of a student’s right to privacy in schools, stipulate how video surveillance is similar to and different from commonly accepted in-person surveillance practices, and discuss the possible impact of surveillance technology on educational environments. In response to the ethical concerns I raise, I offer five suggestions for how schools can use video surveillance technology in more ethically sensitive ways.

Register Here

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
IQ E-Pitch Awards

Nippert Stadium - West Pavilion

Register Here

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Professional Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research

Michael C. Loui, Ph.D.

Engineering Research Center, Room 427

I will identify similarities between the responsible conduct of research (RCR) and the ethics of a profession such as engineering. Just as codes of professional ethics define the standards for trustworthiness in professional practice, so too do the obligations of RCR set the standards for the trustworthiness of academic research. I will show short video vignettes to illustrate several RCR issues that occur in research activities across academic disciplines, such as plagiarism, mentoring, peer review, and data management.

Register Here

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Hutton Ethics Lectureship - Research and Innovation 2020

“Citizen Science and Human Genomic Research: Ethical and Social Implications”

UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute - Auditorium

Eric T. Juengst, PhD serves as the Director of the UNC Center for Bioethics and as Professor in the Departments of Social Medicine and Genetics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His lecture “Citizen Science and Human Genomic Research: Ethical and Social Implications” aims to define "citizen science", familiarize the audience with a variety of current approaches to involving the public in human genome research and the projects that exemplify them, like the U.S. national “All of Us” Initiative, and to appreciate the personal privacy risks of genomic research participation and approaches to addressing them.Attend in-person or WebEx! Lunch provided to first 80 who register to attend in-person lecture.

Please RSVP by March 20th, 2020!

Register (In-Person)
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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Ethics: The Secret to Effective Leadership?

Andrew Cullison, Ph.D.

Lindner Hall 1220

In this talk, I argue that the secret to effective leadership rests in being good at a set of skills called "moral reasoning skills". In the first part, I highlight a specific set of skills that are the ideal learning outcomes that come from the study of ethics. I call these skills "moral reasoning skills". In the second part, I discuss several widely cited models of effective leadership and offer a unifying account of these apparently disparate theories. I show that many of the traits these theories identify as the secret to effective leadership either are one of these moral reasoning skills or could not be had without being good at one of these moral reasoning skills. In the third part, I provide an analysis of the empirical literature exploring the connections between moral reasoning and effective leadership which provides further confirmation that ethics really might be the secret ingredient to effective leadership.

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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
See something, say something? The ethical dilemmas of whistleblowing

Ross Wright, JD

1819 Innovation Hub

The challenge that organizations and individuals face is not adherence to platitudes and policies, but the operationalization of ethics and compliance in the real world.  Using real world examples we will discuss the ethical challenges and consequences of speaking up.  

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5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Ethics Day Reception

1819 Innovation Hub

Register Here

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Ethical Decision Making is a Team Sport

A panel discussion

1819 Innovation Hub

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10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Ethics in AI: A question of fairness

Lauren Rhue, Ph.D.

Lindner Hall 0050

Bias can emerge from artificial intelligence / machine learning (AI/ML) from many reasons (e.g., AI/ML learns historical bias, AI/ML learns from incomplete datasets). As organizations across a variety of new industries and areas implement AI/ML, it poses an ethical challenge. Organizations need to balance the ethical concerns of AI/ML fairness and anti-bias with the business benefits of AI/ML such as increased accuracy and profits. This presentation discusses evidence of AI bias in multiple contexts, some of the challenges in identifying AI bias, and some of the legal and societal implications of AI bias. Furthermore, I would discuss how algorithms exist within a decision-making framework and can/cannot induce bias in people.

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12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
DAAP Futures Discussion

Aronoff - Room 3420

Join a panel of DAAP faculty experts, active in research publications, discussing research & design, architecture, art and planning. 

Moderator: Claudia B. Rebola


Conrad Kickert (Author): Dream City: Creation, Destruction, and Reinvention in Downtown Detroit. The MIT Press.

Mara Marcu (Editor): Echos: University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Interior Design. Marcu & Mitchell. Actar Publishers.

Jordan Tate (Author): Picturesque Snot: Polemics of the Landscape. Hot Take Press.

Matt Wizinsky (Participant): “Discursive Design: Critical, Speculative, and Alternative Things” by Bruce M. Tharp and Stephanie M. Tharp. The MIT Press

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Faculty Awards Reception

Faculty Enrichment Center (Langsam Library, 5th Floor)

Past Event Highlights

Research Week 2018

Disruption !

The UC Innovation Quest Elevator Pitch Competition gave inventors & entrepreneurs the opportunity to present a short "elevator pitch" to investors in order to commercialize their ideas and launch start-up ventures.

Research Week 2018

Research + Innovation Week Awards Ceremony

The 2018 Awardees were honored for their outstanding Faculty Excellence, Mentoring, and Core Values during the closing ceremony of the week.

Research Week 2018

Instrumentations, Intelligence, Abundance, & Resilience

Thought leaders explored animal behaviors, climate change, & environmental impacts while focusing on water quality & purification technology.

Research Week 2018

Hutton Ethics Leadership – Informed Consent: Evidence and Practice

Approaches to gaining respect and consent in the research recruitment process were evaluated through informed and practical applications.

Research Week 2018

The Presidential Kickoff

The President of the University of Cincinnati, Neville G. Pinto, kicked off Research + Innovation Week by welcoming thought leaders and intellectuals over refreshments.

Research Week 2019

Acute Care Research Symposium

The Acute Care Research Council is bringing together expertise across the AHC to foster collaboration and empower ACR stakeholders amidst the ever-challenging risks that are unique to the acute care setting. Presentations included EFIC trials from CCHMC and UC, updates on changes to the Common Rule, Research vs. Critical Illness, and concluded with an audience-participation panel session.