(Above, L to R: Manoj Ambalavanan, Sian Cotton, Emily Moss, Brenna Novak)
A $1.5 million gift from the Turner Farm Foundation – and a $500,000 matching gift from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine’s Hagins Family Matching Gift Program – has established an endowed chair at the UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness. The Turner Farm Foundation Endowed Chair will support the director of the center in perpetuity and advance the center’s mission of improving the health of the local and global community through integrative health and wellness programs and efforts.
“This extraordinary gift means that Cincinnati will always have a center dedicated to integrative medicine,” said Sian Cotton, PhD, director of the UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness. “It advances our clinical, research, education and community engagement efforts and demonstrates that we have the support of both the college and the greater community."
Cotton, who has served as director of the center since 2013, is the first Turner Farm Foundation Endowed Chair. Read more >>
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