Hosted by Arizona SciTech Institute, the free virtual event is open to middle and high school students, families, educators, and the general public.
Expenses for the fungal disease endemic to the Southwest can skyrocket for people whose diagnosis is delayed, leading to more serious infection or death.
The AZ HEROES research study is expanding its scope to assess vaccine effectiveness, as well as increasing eligibility to include college students.
Among news items: Dr. Monica Kraft wins Rotary’s Paul Harris Fellowship, and Drs. Sairam Parthasarathy and Michael Grandner sleep studies rated tops for 2020.
Dr. Joiner is Professor of Medicine, Economics, Cellular and Molecular Medicine and Public Health at the University of Arizona.
The new test aims to combine the speed of existing nasal swab antigen tests with the high accuracy of nasal swab PCR, or polymerase chain reaction, tests.
The Arizona Rural EMS Advanced Telemedicine Demonstration Initiative will improve patient outcomes by expanding EMS access to potentially lifesaving care.
Dr. Chaur-Dong Hsu brings research and clinical expertise from prior leadership posts to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Dr. Kathryn Glas brings clinical and academic expertise in cardiothoracic anesthesiology to the University of Arizona Health Sciences.
After one year on the job, Dr. Michael Abecassis reflects on progress and shares his vision for the College of Medicine – Tucson.
The antibody test developed at the UArizona Health Sciences can be used to confirm a positive antibody response after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
A study found that tranexamic acid, commonly used in cardiac surgery to help stop bleeding, improved the odds of survival for some trauma patients.
AIDS women’s health award to Dr. Liz Connick; Liver Institute wins CDC designation; Dr. Julie Bauman co-chairs cancer prevention committee.
An evaluation of emergency medicine guidelines showed proper care on the scene of a brain injury is critical to survival and ongoing brain health.
Antibody tests, groundbreaking research and community outreach are a few of the ways the University of Arizona Health Sciences met the test of a pandemic.
University of Arizona Health Sciences immunobiologist Dr. Deepta Bhattacharya says the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, and he will take it when it becomes available.
With the first vaccine shipments expected soon, the ultracold storage facility could play an important role in the state's plan for vaccine distribution.
Greg Branigan is a first-generation MD/PhD student driven by research linking a breast cancer drug with Alzheimer’s prevention.
People with training in local and indigenous healing traditions or working in underserved communities can benefit from the new award.
A six-month-long study found an increasing number of people, particularly those under stay-at-home orders, are experiencing high levels of loneliness.