A $10 million gift from the Steele Foundation includes $2 million for CAMI, marking the first private philanthropic support for the new center.
Parent-child faculty combos have a deeply invested view on how the College of Medicine – Tucson has evolved over the past 55 years.
Dr. Carlos Gonzales, a sixth-generation Tucsonan of Yaqui and Hispanic heritage, brings spirituality to his roles at the College of Medicine – Tucson.
University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers explore a noninvasive, drug-free treatment that offers hope for healing from the severe symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Dr. C. Kent Kwoh will lead a study that seeks to develop methods to predict who will experience rapid knee deterioration or need knee replacements in the future.
Recovery support specialists inspire hope and support individuals with mental health, substance use disorder or trauma-related issues.
Dr. Racy passed away on September 14, 2022. He was 90 years old.
Bruce Byrd received his third kidney transplant last year. He says, “Transplants have allowed me the time to do the things I love.”
Faculty members honored for inventions, including a cardiac muscle cell patch, a polymeric heart valve and a method for treating chronic pain.
Twenty-seven medical students have been awarded scholarships through the Primary Care Physician Scholarship Program.
People ages 18-64 can participate in the Randomized Assessment of Influenza Vaccine Efficacy Network study through a regional site led by University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers.
The scholarships benefit students who are dedicated to expanding health care delivery and positively impacting global health and well-being.
A predictive test could help parents and doctors use interventions during the first two years of life to prevent asthma.
Dr. Thompson earned an MD and doctorate after his swimming career saw him win an NCAA national championship.
Researchers studied the evolution of the immune system to find a new way to activate T cells to fight infection and disease.
The annual event exploring groundbreaking approaches in drug discovery is making an in-person return to Phoenix in September.
A $6.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will help build the Center of Excellence for Addiction Studies to advance addiction research.
Dr. Sairam Parthasarathy is being honored for his dedication to educating communities about COVID-19 prevention and vaccination.
Dr. Ken Liechty is internationally recognized for his expertise in fetal medicine and his research in wound healing and regeneration.