University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson residents, physicians and nurses practiced life-saving techniques during an “active shooting drill” at Banner - University Medical Center South Campus on Wednesday, May 23.
Sanchez was given the award for exceptional performance with Project SEARCH at Banner – University Medical Center; the program provides young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities quality unpaid internships for hands-on training and career development.
Events are planned across the nation to engage diverse communities in the national recruitment effort. In Arizona, Banner Health and the University of Arizona Health Sciences have been enrolling volunteers into the program as a National Institutes of Health pilot site since 2017.
University of Arizona physicians and researchers remember Dr. Bowden as a “friend, mentor, passionate scientist and remarkable human being.”
Emergency medicine resident-physicians at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson and other first responders will participate in a mass-shooting exercise to prepare for real disasters.
The UA's focus has been on helping people with chronic pain without using narcotics or other addictive drugs.
Surgeons at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson are developing a tool that may make detecting urine blockage simpler for patients.
The three-year Arizona Biomedical Research Commission Awards will fund research relating to neuropathic and cancer pain, migraines, opioids, antibiotics, antivirals, sinusitis, obesity, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, pulmonary disease and pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome.
Justin John Frere’s innovative student research at the College of Medicine – Tucson has earned him an Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award.
Rachna Shroff, MD, describes her roots in Tucson and her vision for GI oncology within the UA Cancer Center and throughout the state.
Kevin Moynahan, MD, deputy dean for education, has been named the College of Medicine – Tucson’s Alumni of the Year.
Researchers at the UA College of Medicine – Tucson have received $2.7 million to learn how stress can produce pain — and how to stop it from occurring.
The Nogales Cardiometabolic Health and Sleep Study seeks to learn more about sleep health and sleep disorders in the border region, how sleep issues are related to social, behavioral and environmental factors and their potential role in regard to risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
On Thursday evening, 114 graduates from the College of Medicine – Tucson will earn their Doctors of Medicine at a ceremony hosted in Centennial Hall.
Katherine Ellingson, PhD, assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, received a $387,000 Arizona Biomedical Research Commission Investigator Grant to develop a “playbook” for prescribing antibiotics to treat infectious diseases in skilled nursing facilities in Arizona.
Through Saturday, May 12, UAHS colleges are holding convocations; inspirational graduates are available for interviews.
Megha Padi, PhD, of the UA Cancer Center has developed a method for probing the genetic underpinnings of cancer and other diseases, which could lead to better treatments.
A remodeled and expanded Ronald McDonald Family Room re-opens May 9 as a restful haven for parents and relatives of children hospitalized at Banner Children’s at Diamond Children’s Medical Center.
The accomplishments of some of the UA Health Sciences’ inspiring graduates are highlighted.
Beginning Monday, May 7, through Saturday, May 12, UAHS colleges are holding convocations; inspirational graduates are available for interviews.