• Pancreatic Cancer Patients with BRCA Mutation May Benefit from Targeted Drug

  • UA Medical Students Travel to Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico, to Treat Underserved, Practice Medicine

  • College of Medicine – Tucson Launches New Online Learning System

    ArizonaMed, the college's current curriculum delivery system, will be retired.

Pancreatic Cancer Patients with BRCA Mutation May Benefit from Targeted Drug

UA Medical Students Travel to Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico, to Treat Underserved, Practice Medicine

College of Medicine – Tucson Launches New Online Learning System

ArizonaMed, the college's current curriculum delivery system, will be retired.

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College News

UA Researchers Develop Novel ‘Lung-on-a-Leaf’ Model to Study Pulmonary Diseases

UA College of Medicine – Phoenix scientists cross-utilize plant biology, medicine and engineering to create novel platform.


UA College of Nursing Receives $1.6M Grant to Examine the Healing Potential of Curcumin for Acute Lung Injury

The five-year National Institutes of Health grant will enable Charles Downs, PhD, to study whether the non-pharmacological supplement curcumin can prevent lung injury.


UA Health Sciences’ Research Tackling Health Challenges Supported by NIH Funding to Arizona in FY2017

As part of the National Institutes of Health’s “NIH in Your State” social media campaign about NIH investment in fiscal year 2017 and the impact of federally funded research on citizens’ health, the NIH recently tweeted that Arizona received $189 million in research support in FY2017. The University of Arizona Health Sciences received $70.3 million in NIH funding during FY2017, conducting research addressing statewide and global health challenges.


Patient-Ordered Tests Indicate Valley Fever Uptick in State, UA Infectious Diseases Specialist Says

Data from patient-ordered tests show a second seasonal surge, says Dr. John Galgiani, a UA professor and director the UA Valley Fever Center for Excellence. This gets ahead of state statistics in a year when big numbers already were predicted and are being borne out.


Upcoming Events

Jun
25
UA Renal Conference
Lecture or Seminar

UA Renal Conference TOPIC: Program Evaluation (PEC) SPEAKER: Dr. Amy Sussman


Jun
26
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Didactic Series
Conference or Symposium

Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Didactic Series SPEAKER: Craig Stump, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Professor, Nutritional... read more...


Jun
28
Tim Bowden Cancer Biology Research Symposium: A Celebration of Life in Research
Other Event

Celebrating the Life of Dr. Tim Bowden Thursday, June 28, 2018 University of Arizona Cancer Center 1515 N. Campbell Ave. Kiewit Auditorium It is... read more...


Jun
29
Rheumatology/Radiology Grand Rounds
Grand Rounds

Rheumatology Radiology Conference 7:30-8:30 a.m. followed by Rheumatology Grand Rounds from 9:00-10:00 a.m. Presenter:  Hana Masood, MD Title: ... read more...