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Expert insights from UArizona Health Sciences

Anne-Michelle Ruha, MD
Medical toxicologist Anne-Michelle Ruha, MD, of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, gives insight about scorpion envenomation, symptoms and treatment.
Perinatal psychiatrist Dr. Kathryn Emerick discusses postpartum rage, how to recognize it and what to do if you are experiencing symptoms.
Thaddeus Pace, PhD
Thaddeus Pace, PhD, shares his team’s current research into whether guided meditation can benefit breast cancer survivors and their loved ones.
Adam Carl, MS
For second-year medical student Adam Carl, MS, community and mentorship is key to empowering the next generation of Native American physicians.
Angel-Grace Charity Leslie
Angel-Grace Charity Leslie is a medical pharmacology doctoral student from the Navajo Nation whose personal experiences led her to study neurodegenerative diseases.
Amanda Wilson, PhD
Amanda Wilson, PhD, reflects on how guidance from experienced public health researchers helped her navigate roadblocks in her work to improve cleaning workers’ respiratory health.
Cristóbal Reyes Cuevas
Cristóbal Reyes Cuevas, who is majoring in biochemistry and physiology at the University of Arizona, has strong roots in his Mexican heritage that influence his desire to pursue medicine.
José Muñoz
José Muñoz uses his experiences growing up in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands and time as a collegiate athlete to inspire his work at the College of Nursing.
Jordan F. Karp, MD
Everyone is alone sometimes. But social isolation and feelings of loneliness can lead to serious health issues and even death.
John Streicher, PhD
Dr. John Streicher provides insights into his research around terpenes, aromatic compounds found in cannabis and other plants, and why they might be a novel way to treat pain.