The University of Arizona Health Sciences Primary Care Physician Scholarship program is designed to fill Arizona’s increasing need for primary care providers.
A Phoenix mother speaks of a legacy of love, betting on talent and the University of Arizona Health Sciences’ promise of a healthier tomorrow.
Students who aspire to work in health care receive training and clinical volunteer opportunities as medical interpreters through FACES Conversantes.
A Comprehensive Pain and Addiction Center program trains people to become peer support specialists in underserved areas of Arizona.
Dr. Mohab Ibrahim always knew he wanted to be a doctor; his lived experience and mentors helped him find his calling as a pain specialist and researcher.
A University of Arizona Health Sciences Design course teaches students to use a human-centered approach to develop new technologies to improve lives.
Under the shadow of increasing viral threats, researchers at the Aegis Consortium are working to create a pandemic-free future.
Interprofessional education modules at the Arizona Simulation Technology and Education Center teach students the importance of teamwork in health care.
The first 30 graduates from the Health Sciences International dual-degree program are poised to address the world’s health care challenges.
A master’s program seeks to improve patient care by training genetic counselors to help people interpret and utilize genetic testing results.