News

Mar 27, 2015

UA Vice President for Athletics Greg Byrne and UA head football Coach Rich Rodriguez will be guest speakers at the event, which benefits research to identify the causes, improve the diagnosis and treatment and find cures for the more than 100 forms of arthritis.

Mar 25, 2015

As a Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Khalpey will continue his collaborative research with Poland’s Ryszard T. Smolenski, MD, PhD, at the Medical University of Gdańsk, studying adult stem cell therapy to repair damaged hearts.
A new 10-week undergraduate program experience is designed to develop a health profession research workforce reflective of Arizona’s culturally diverse communities.

Mar 24, 2015

A traveling banner exhibition by the National Library of Medicine, free and open to the public, tells Washington’s story in the light of illness and the practice of medicine, which during his time was transitioning from a traditional healer craft to a profession.
The Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center (SWEHSC) at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy will host the 2015 joint meeting of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) core center directors and training grant directors April 13-16 at the Marriott University Park in Tucson.
Ties to University's faculty will bring internationally renowned brain scholars to campus this week for a public forum and a scientific workshop.
Free lecture, open to the public, by Dr. Randy Horwitz, medical director for the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Study of the interaction between humans and dogs is the first for the UA's new Human-Animal Interaction Research Initiative.
Triomi, a mobile electrocardiogram (EKG) system, developed by UA Emergency Medicine resident Sean Murphy, MD, and his best friend from college, was one of 10 innovative startup companies chosen from across the country that focuses on mobile health.

Mar 23, 2015

During a skit that spoofed “The Oscars,” UA College of Medicine – Tucson Class of 2015 students opened Match Day envelopes that revealed where they will go for residency training: 43 graduates – more than one-third of the class – will pursue primary care, the most critical shortage Arizona faces.

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