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Honors & Awards


  • $50,000.00
    Ruslan Rafikov
    Metabolomics and Machine Learning Platform for Diagnostics
  • $345,140.00
    Rachna Shroff
    Study of Regorafenib With or Without Other Drugs in Patients with Advanced or Metastatic Hepatocellular Carcinoma
    Cancer Center Division
    Clinical Trial
  • $39,388.00
    Rick Schnellmann
    Enhanced Mitochondrial Function to Increase Effectiveness of Post-Stroke Rehabilitation (IPA for Helena Morrison)
    Pharmacy Administration



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In The Media

  • Prevention - May 11

    Neuroscientists explain how diseases, including Alzheimer's, are linked to hormones and stress. Roberta Diaz Brinton, PhD, the director of the Center for Innovation in Brain Science, says a paradigm shift is happening in terms of how neuroscientists and doctors are thinking about women’s brain health. Rather than treating symptoms when women are older and cognitively too far gone, they need to take brain-health boosting steps now.

  • Lynn B. Gerald, a professor of health promotion sciences with the College of Public Health, is among 10 local physicians and health-care workers who will perform at the "Living Life to the Fullest: A Dance & Show to Benefit the American Cancer Society” May 15. The performers will dance to everything from waltzes and the foxtrot to tango, swing, jive and Latin styles such Bachata and the Cha Cha.

  • The FDA has given emergency use authorization to allow the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in teens as young as 12. Dr. Shad Marvasti, with the College of Medicine – Phoenix, believes the vaccine is safe for teens. "Everything that we know about the virus so far, particularly for teenagers which is why this age group was the next in line to be able to get data, they really do look a lot more like adults in terms of how they react to the virus. So, the same holds true for the vaccine," says Dr. Shad.


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