Monday, June 15, 2015.
The UA Office of the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences established an AHSC Career Development Award training program, following KL2 guidelines (AHSC-CDA), to provide research training and funding opportunities for UA junior faculty members to foster academic careers in clinical and translational research. Learn more »
The University of Arizona seeks to hire an accomplished scientist and leader in translational neuroscience to direct the creation of a new Center for Innovation in Brain Science.
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Message from the UA Senior Vice President for Health Sciences
Banner Affiliation Introduces New Era for UA Academic Health Sciences Center
After well over a year of complex but highly productive discussions and negotiations, the University of Arizona and Banner Health last week finalized the terms of a 30-year academic affiliation agreement. After obtaining Arizona Board of Regents approval last Wednesday, late last Friday evening brought negotiations to a close with each party signing the final “Definitive Agreement.”
As we eagerly anticipate the realization of the numerous opportunities expected through this momentous partnership, it is worth reflecting back to December 2013 and the beginning of the three-party affiliation/merger discussions among the UA, UAHN and Banner.
AHSC Advisory Councils
Advisory Councils Support Four Areas of AHSC Research Excellence
The Arizona Health Sciences Center leadership has identified four “areas of excellence” and is forming campus-wide advisory councils to advance AHSC’s strategic position in these four research domains.
The four theme-based areas of excellence are: