Christine Childers draws from her past as a dance teacher in her research as she helps shape the future of physical therapy for an aging population.
A Coit College of Pharmacy program provides students with practical knowledge that can be applied to caring for an older adult in their lives.
Specialized cells take out the trash in the brain. When they break down, waste builds up, possibly setting the stage for Alzheimer’s disease.
The Drug Enforcement Agency received a recommendation to reclassify cannabis as a Schedule III drug, a move that would be a boon to research and patient care.
For four decades, John Galgiani, MD, has pioneered translational research and clinical care for Valley fever, a disease more common in Arizona than anywhere else.
Immunologist Deepta Bhattacharya discusses the newest COVID-19 vaccines and what the future might hold for COVID-19 immunizations.
Comprehensive Pain and Addiction Center researchers are examining the link between prolactin and endometriosis, a painful condition that affects women.
Tally Largent-Milnes, PhD, who once aspired to be a physician, has carved out an impactful space in the field of migraine research.
People with fibromyalgia may have another treatment option available soon thanks to continuing research at the Comprehensive Pain and Addiction Center.
A surgeon is learning how to use data science skills to boost research and turn discoveries into practical treatments for patients.