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On 9/22/2019 at 10:01 PM, Sadhiker said:

In Cincinnati trying to do research on this stuff at UC.

Cool. What’s the research. I read cincy children’s hospital is one of three across nation leading the way on one vaccine method.  

anything i can do to help. 

i was actually at the 1819 building about 3 weeks ago. 

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Haha, I wish I was doing that research with Dr. David Bernstein. I met with a professor at UC med campus working on CMV (also another herpes virus) last week, but unfortunately he doesn't have any openings for undergraduate students. So I'm working on regenerating nerve cells for stroke victims in the meantime.  

Are you in medicine?

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12 hours ago, Sadhiker said:

Are you in medicine?

Very cool. I recently ran into an issue with the limitations of undergrad research. I’m working to launch a company to battle illicit prescriptions fueling addiction, especially opioids.  I’m not in medicine, but was working to find a good grad student who might be interested in fine tuning the Research proposal. We have a professor, but my background lacks the needed expertise to move forward as quickly as i had hoped.  

Your work sounds amazing. I can’t imagine what it’s like to develop new methods and reach goals that do so much good.  I cannot imagine the pain a family goes through after one experiences a stroke. You’re doing some pretty amazing work and at a great location and with amazing people. Love it. 

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