College of Medicine – Tucson student Elizabeth Borden is investigating how immunoediting contributes to the immune recognition of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.
Second-year medical student Alexander Hilser was one of 60 people honored by the Pat Tillman Foundation this year.
The free event is open to all and designed with accessibility for the disability community in mind.
A study published in the journal PAIN is the first to show how morphine interacts with toll-like receptor 4 to contribute to pain evolution and bone loss.
The funding will allow the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center to continue research efforts focusing on environmental and health challenges in arid lands, including the Southwest.
The new openings will help alleviate the severe physician shortage facing Arizona by growing the number of specialty-trained physicians through the partnership by more than 60%.
A study found racial and ethnic differences in the suicide prevention care provided to patients with alcohol use disorder at U.S. emergency departments.
The Center for Excellence in Rural Education will support health care and health education in the eastern Arizona counties of Gila, Graham and Greenlee.
Dr. Mingyu Liang comes to the UArizona College of Medicine – Tucson from the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he served in numerous leadership roles.
The University of Arizona College of Health Sciences will focus on graduate programs to fill positions of need in the health care community.