McCarthy + SmithGroup will lead the design and construction of the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies facility in downtown Phoenix.
A new center will build research knowledge and practice to benefit communities globally as climate extremes increase.
College of Medicine – Phoenix researchers are seeking to connect how traumatic brain injuries can divert cognitive outcomes after birth.
College of Medicine – Tucson researchers used stem cell technology to improve research models for Parkinson’s disease.
A mobile learning and teaching lab created to reach and engage tribal communities and Indigenous youth will highlight an expo on Nov. 13.
Dr. Geoffrey Block will participate in the Navajo Christmas Airlift, flying donations collected in Tucson to New Mexico in time for the holidays.
A new clinical trial will examine angiotensin 1-7’s ability to reduce neuropsychological impairments following traumatic brain injury.
The MPACT study will develop and test a medical intervention to address critical gaps in current methadone maintenance treatment for opioid use disorder.
A $13 million NIH grant will help researchers learn more about how to rejuvenate the immune system by researching how T cells are created and maintained.
A Nov. 3 event will feature presentations on Valley fever risk mitigation, vaccines, policy measures, strategies for cooperation among states and more.