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Targeted areas will help accelerate AHSC’s efforts to expand its research portfolio, and improve the quality and diversity of Arizona’s health professions workforce.
In 2013, the UA's downtown Phoenix academic medical center contributed $961 million to the economy, according to a report released by consultants Tripp Umbach. And that's just a taste of what is to come.
"Blind spots" around unregulated product will be the target of five-year project funded by National Institutes of Health.
Former U.S. surgeon general, now a UA professor, addresses the Southern Arizona Military/Veteran Community Summit.
The UA Medical Center will become an Infectious Disease Treatment Center of Excellence — and southern Arizona's designated hospital to treat such diseases.
The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health will establish the Western Region Public Health Training Center to build a strong, collaborative public health network.
If you've got 10 minutes and an Internet connection, you may be able to assist these researchers, including two neuropsychologists from the UA.
Chronic lack of sleep and an increased risk of death have been connected by a UA research team led by two Arizona Respiratory Center faculty members.
UA researchers are investigating two common but devastating viruses, CMV and HPV, and their work could lead to future therapies.
The UA researchers who linked Twitter activity to regionally popular foods are back for another social media study, this one about diabetes. Their goal is to open new avenues for preventative medicine.
The airborne regional disease finally has the attention of the Centers for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health, behind the efforts of Dr. John Galgiani.
UA researchers will explore how infants' sleep quality might affect cognitive development, thanks to a Gates Foundation grant.
New facility will follow the Health Sciences Education Building, which opened in 2012 and houses health education for both the UA and Northern Arizona University.
UA College of Medicine program is all about fresh opportunity for under-represented minority groups, particularly Native Americans.
Third annual event featured insight on acupuncture and food therapy from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
UA surgeon Dr. Zain Khalpey is using tissue from the human placenta to help "patch" hearts after surgery, and the technique could save lives.
Why do jobless people tend to have a higher body mass index than those who are employed? An assistant professor of psychiatry in the UA College of Medicine will look at how post-job-loss changes in sleep and social rhythm – a person's daily routine – might affect weight.
Tucson and Pima County residents are invited to join a scavenger hunt for automated external defibrillators. The HeartMap Tucson Challenge, co-hosted by the UA and the Tucson Fire Department, aims to raise awareness about AEDs and build a comprehensive database of their locations.