The K-12 Health Literacy Project is introducing the importance of science and health to local students while training future providers to communicate effectively.
Kevin Lohenry’s military experience guided him toward a career as a physician assistant and is helping him prepare the next generation of health care providers.
The Data Science Fellowship equips health care researchers and professionals to leverage data to improve medical knowledge and care.
At the University of Arizona Health Sciences, students learn the midwifery model of care, which can serve as an accessible solution to improve maternal health.
A new course is empowering students with the knowledge to overcome financial challenges they may face while pursuing careers in health care.
Researchers are filling a knowledge gap by building a powerful tool to accelerate the development of diagnostic and prognostic technologies.
Bruce and Patricia Bartlett’s endowment to catalyze transformative cancer medicine may prove the ultimate ROI from legendary investor George A. Vanderheiden.
Researchers are defining long COVID and exploring the underlying cause and consequences of the disease that is affecting millions of people.
The Arizona Area Health Education Center Program and six Regional Centers aim to enhance access to quality health care in the state.
The College of Medicine – Tucson’s Bachelor of Science in Medicine program prepares students for careers in health care or advanced medical education.