Alzheimer’s is often referred to as the “disease of the 21st century.” While researchers still face an uphill battle finding a cure, major advancements in Alzheimer’s research are being made, providing true hope for the future.
As part of its annual public service project, the Southwest Ohio chapter of the Ohio Contactors Association (OCA) has laid a new parking lot and driveway at the South Avondale site of the new location for the Adventist Outreach Ministry Food Pantry.
Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment is known in Cincinnati for its high-end steakhouses, but the company is expanding to other markets in the Midwest. As it continues to grow it’s bringing Cincinnati-based small businesses with them.
Designed with functionality and style in mind, the Ming Wang Spring 2016 collection offers a wide variety of jackets and tops to effortlessly mix and match color and style. These vibrant hues will brighten any ensemble from dull to dazzling.
“It is a great spot to be in as Sharonville is making investments today that will ensure success for decades to come,” says Dan Neyer, president and CEO of Neyer Properties, who has personally been involved in more than 500 real estate projects totaling more than $1 billion in value.
“There are a number of important reasons to have a research program while you’re treating patients,” explains Susan L. McElroy, M.D. “One of the most important reasons is that you’re able to bring new findings to the clinical arena sooner rather than later."
The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank is in the top 20 investment firms in the country according to a September 2015 report by Barron’s and was named one of the world’s most ethical companies by Ethisphere Institute in March 2015.
Three years ago, Bedi opened a home dialysis company to give her patients the opportunity to do dialysis, a life-saving procedure, in the comfort of their home. Bedi’s clinic is the only one of its kind to carry Amia PD Cycler. This new technology gives her the ability to offer home dialysis treatment to patients who may not have been candidates otherwise.
Liberty Bible Academy is a non-denominational private school with top-notch academics and rapidly growing co-curricular programs. But perhaps one of the most unique things about the school is the diversity exhibited within the student body. Each classroom is representative of a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, creating an open and welcoming atmosphere for all students.
Odds are someone you know has been affected by breast cancer. Western & Southern Financial Group is trying to reduce those numbers by sponsoring and contributing to several fundraising efforts. Cancer has affected Western & Southern president and CEO John Barrett – his wife, Eileen, was diagnosed with breast cancer 16 years ago. The idea for Ride Cincinnati was born, fulfilling Eileen Barrett’s desire for an event that would directly benefit Cincinnatians while providing a unique, family-friendly activity.
RWA Architects has the design sensibility and technical skills to seamlessly integrate sustainable design features, such as high performance building envelopes, energy saving heating and cooling systems, and innovative building materials into your home so that you, and future generations of your family, will continue the responsible stewardship of our resources.
Michael Hill runs a basketball camp for underprivileged youth that he started from scratch, helps individuals with job-related challenges find employment, takes care of his child and supports his wife while she attends graduate school. He’s not a superhero per se, but he’s definitely the kind of person Cincinnati needs. Hill didn’t just pop out of nowhere ready to take on the world. He accepted a full scholarship to Cincinnati Christian University and spent four years in the crucible, mastering skills, juggling responsibilities and working hard.
The talented team of doctors at Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) has grown by two with the addition of Fred B. Chu, MD, and Kavitha R. Sivaraman, MD, who joined the practice in September 2015. They are a married couple whose mutual passion for ophthalmology brought them together as first-year medical students at Washington University in Saint Louis. “Fred loves to tell people it was ‘love at first sight,’ which is usually met with a mixture of groans and laughter,” says Dr. Sivaraman.
Jon and Mitchell were married on October 24, 2015 at the home of Neil and Honi Cohen. The couple’s rustic wedding captured the laid-back spirit they share and emulated the historic home they redid together.
“Sharks have always been a guest favorite,” says Chad Showalter, Newport Aquarium’s marketing and communications manager. “And with nearly 50 sharks in the aquarium, we wanted to provide guests with a whole new way to experience them.”
These seventh graders are part of SHIEP (Seven Hills Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program), developed from Stanford University’s design-thinking model by Karen Glum, Science Department Chair and Innovation Lab Director. Glum took a long time researching best practices across the country before presenting the program to administration and staff. Seven Hills has integrated the SHIEP program into the seventh grade curriculum as part of their focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programming.
Check out video 4 from our Great Leaders Under 40 luncheon! You'll see responses from thought leaders of The Christ Hospital Health Network, University of Cincinnati, Afidence, UC Health West Chester Hospital, Orchestrate Technologies, Jeff Ruby's The Precinct, Centric Consulting, Erin Klotzbach Hyatt, Loth Inc. and Frost Brown and Todd, LLC.
In cooking, there are certain journeys to be made – trials and errors, attempts at perfection and improving upon existing recipes to make them even better. This is a journey that Harry Stephens, owner of Bella Luna, knows all too well. Like any restaurateur, Stephens constantly has his ears open for new recipes and new ideas for the authentic Italian restaurant. But recently, he realized, Bella Luna’s evolution was just beginning.
Check out video 3 from our Great Leaders Under 40 luncheon! You'll see responses from thought leaders of Breakthrough Cincinnati, Main Street DBAs, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati, Deeter Advisory Group, GE Global Operations University of Cincinnati and Eye Do Makeup and Hair, LLC.
Bill Thomason was one of the first patients in Greater Cincinnati to receive a leadless pacemaker through a clinical research trial at St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute. Measuring less than 10 percent of the size of a conventional pacemaker, this leadless pacemaker doesn’t require invasive surgery like its predecessors that usually require longer recovery periods. “There are no restrictions with the leadless pacemaker.”
Minerals have been celebrated throughout history for their restorative powers and health benefits. Bleux Water Spa, located in the Mariemont Promenade, sits upon a source of mineral water that was created by glacial movements and mineral deposits. In 2011, Shelly Summe, owner of Bleux Water Spa and her business partner, Kyle Henson, began their quest to use the natural mineral water to open a spa.
Booking the perfect venue for a wedding is tough task. The Cincinnati Club is a unique space downtown that offers multiple rooms, each with a unique style, and a top-notch catering service. The venue accommodates all practical needs, with rooms that range from small and intimate to large and grand.
The Literacy Network hosted its fifth annual Handbags for Hope fundraiser on February 25th at the Cincinnati Club. With almost 400 people in attendance, the event raised over $47,000 for Literacy Network programs.
One thing that’s the same throughout the metropolitan region is the pride residents have for their area. This is why there are neighborhood councils; residents volunteer for the associations to ensure the neighborhood reflects those perspectives. Andrew Scarpitti is the president of the Hyde Park Neighborhood Council, as well as a wealth management advisor for Northwestern Mutual. “The board meets with the other members of the council to get a better understanding of our neighborhood’s needs, and then we work to improve communication with the city,” says Scarpitti.
At the Carl and Edyth Lindner Center for Research and Education at The Christ Hospital, medical director Dr. Dean Kereiakes has assembled a team that put Cincinnati on the map and rivals big-name academic centers. The team effort includes many nationally recognized physicians specialized in various conditions and areas of cardiovascular care. In collaboration, this group has helped pioneer most of the new treatments developed over the last two decades.
Check out video 2 from our Great Leaders Under 40 luncheon! You'll see responses from thought leaders of Zimcom, Procter & Gamble, Crossroads Church, UC Health, McFall Firm, SpotOn Productions and The Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.