Dr. Tobias Jakobi hopes to find ways for physicians to identify and treat heart diseases sooner.
Seven research teams at the University of Arizona Health Sciences received funding to advance new products or services addressing significant clinical needs.
A $10 million grant will support and implement environmental and energy justice projects across four states and the U.S. Pacific Islands.
The University of Arizona Health Sciences Career Development Awards program supports the development of new research by promising young investigators.
University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers contributed to a National Institutes of Health-funded research effort that identified the most common long COVID symptoms with the aim of improving future diagnostics and treatment.
Christina C. Bell Andrews will oversee administrative functions, expand the center’s research and education portfolios, and foster relationships with Native American tribes.
The concept known as IDSov emphasizes Indigenous Peoples' right to control data about their people, lands and cultures. Stephanie Russo Carroll has focused her career on encouraging institutions to adopt policies and practices that recognize that right.
A one-day summit will present the latest research and explore collaborative partnerships designed to find solutions to the challenges and opportunities of healthy aging.
A University of Arizona Health Sciences-led study found that more than 50% of people don’t fully trust AI-powered medical advice, but many put faith in AI if it’s monitored and guided by human touch.
A new commitment from the Bartlett family positions UArizona Health Sciences to recruit a leader for the CAMI cancer division.