Research by sleep scientists at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson’s Department of Psychiatry shows a correlation between poor sleep and suicide risk in college-aged adults.
Researchers in the Gurtner Lab and Stanford’s Bao Group team up to develop a wearable device that helps heal chronic wounds.
Samuel M. Keim, MD, MSc, a professor and head of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson’s Department of Emergency Medicine, was elected president of the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM).
By bringing a ‘unique skill set’ to the table, Dr. John Purdy uncovers the secrets of a virus lying dormant in most people’s bodies.
With great sadness, we share that Frank Marcus, MD, professor emeritus and University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson founding faculty member, passed away at the age of 94.
Richard Amini, MD, Daniel C. Butler, MD, and Elaine H. Situ-LaCasse, MD, have accepted positions within Student Affairs.
A new whole-genome sequencer at the Steele Children’s Research Center will expand research capabilities that could lead to earlier diagnoses of diseases and new treatments.
Five new seed projects will use the All of Us Research Program dataset to start a wide variety of new studies.
The University of Arizona Health Sciences is one of five sites that will be tracking the burden, distribution and impact of post COVID-19 conditions.
A fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the American College of Physicians, James Liao, MD, joins the University of Arizona Health Sciences from the University of Chicago.
Dr. Carlos Gonzales, a sixth-generation Tucsonan of Yaqui and Hispanic heritage, brings spirituality to his roles at the College of Medicine – Tucson.
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.
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.