• UA Chemical Biologists Unearth Cause of a Rare Brain Disorder

    In pontocerebellar hypoplasia type 1b, two key biological structures are blocked from binding to one another — which ultimately stunts critical brain growth.
  • Encryption Requirement for University-owned Laptops

    In an effort to preserve the confidentiality and integrity of university data and follow the University of Arizona’s security standards, the College of Medicine – Tucson is requiring the encryption of all university-owned laptops.
  • Reconnecting the Disconnected: UA Physiology Professor Receives $1.2M NIH Grant to Use AI to Restore Movement in Paralyzed Limbs

    When a person is paralyzed by a stroke or an injury, the brain and the neuron networks that control movement become disconnected from the muscles. Dr. Andrew Fuglevand is using artificial intelligence to stimulate multiple muscles to elicit natural movement in ways previous methods have been unable to do.

UA Chemical Biologists Unearth Cause of a Rare Brain Disorder

In pontocerebellar hypoplasia type 1b, two key biological structures are blocked from binding to one another — which ultimately stunts critical brain growth.

Encryption Requirement for University-owned Laptops

In an effort to preserve the confidentiality and integrity of university data and follow the University of Arizona’s security standards, the College of Medicine – Tucson is requiring the encryption of all university-owned laptops.

Reconnecting the Disconnected: UA Physiology Professor Receives $1.2M NIH Grant to Use AI to Restore Movement in Paralyzed Limbs

When a person is paralyzed by a stroke or an injury, the brain and the neuron networks that control movement become disconnected from the muscles. Dr. Andrew Fuglevand is using artificial intelligence to stimulate multiple muscles to elicit natural movement in ways previous methods have been unable to do.

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College News

National Academy of Inventors Welcomes Two UA Professors as Fellows

Two distinguished University of Arizona professors and innovators have been named as National Academy of Inventors Fellows. Thomas Koch, professor and dean of the College of Optical Sciences, and Harrison Barrett, Regents’ Professor of medical imaging, optical sciences and applied mathematics, will now join a growing cadre of distinguished fellows from the UA.


New Faculty Join UA Family and Community Medicine and Banner – University Medicine

Family medicine physicians Ashley Krauser, DO, and Ana Mendez, MD, MPH, will provide a wide array of primary care services for patients of all ages across Tucson.


Upcoming Events

Dec
13
Ecosystems Genomics Seminar with Oregon's Dr. Brendan Bohannan
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Ecosystems Genomics Seminar Series   "Linking Metagenomes to Ecosystem Functions: What can we learn from genotype-phenotype mapping in organisms... read more...


Dec
13
A2DRC Research Update Seminar with Dr. Francesca Polverino
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The Asthma & Airway Disease Research Center (A2DRC) at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Campus Presents: Research Update Seminar Series... read more...


Dec
14
Sleep Medicine Lecture: ‘Clinical Weight Loss’ with Dr. Amit Algotar
Lecture or Seminar

Sleep Medicine Lecture Series Friday, Dec. 14, 2018 8 - 9 a.m. UAHS Room 2343 SPEAKER:Amit Algotar, MD, MPH Clinical Assistant Professor Family... read more...


Dec
14
Faculty Development Seminar Series - Session #4: Giving and Receiving Feedback
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Giving and Receiving Feedback Presented By:Karen Spear-Ellinwood, PhD, JD, EdSIn this interactive session, we will: Discuss the fundamental... read more...