Allopregnanolone is showing promise as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in elderly people and conditions including cerebral palsy in premature infants.
The Arizona Simulation Technology and Education Center is adapting to the changing health care landscape to train the next generation of providers.
New computational approaches to drug development could lower treatment costs and make new discoveries possible.
University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers are using organoids to design novel therapies and better understand cancer and rare diseases.
Comprehensive Pain and Addiction Center researchers are studying how electronic stimulation of the brain can break looping pain signals and destructive cravings.
University of Arizona researchers are setting a broad goal to mitigate the effects of environmental change on human health and performance.
The University of Arizona Health Sciences is promoting healthy living habits for aging adults through a wellness practice known as “awe-walking.”
Dr. Mohab Ibrahim defines light therapy and explains its potential benefits as a treatment for chronic pain.
A University of Arizona Health Sciences shared resource helps researchers advance their science by sorting and characterizing the immune system.
A master’s program trains students to interpret and communicate genetic health information to help guide the treatment of patients and family members.