An aspiring physician in the College of Medicine – Phoenix hopes to draw upon her personal experiences to change the way patients receive care.
A $10 million gift from the Steele Foundation includes $2 million for CAMI, marking the first private philanthropic support for the new center.
Gov. Doug Ducey designated $150 million for the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies at the University of Arizona Health Sciences.
A service-learning course provides bilingual Spanish-speaking students clinical experience as medical interpreters and a pathway to a career in medicine.
The nurse-midwifery specialty program is equipping the next generation of maternal health care professionals to meet the challenges that exist today.
One postdoctoral researcher is focusing her work on the complex interactions between infection-causing pathogens and the bacteria that live in the body.
Building an AI tool to improve medical interviews is the continuing focus of a Vertically Integrated Project offered by Health Sciences Design.
Dr. Frank Porreca’s research into kappa opioid receptors may lead to a therapeutic option for people who have chronic pain and trouble sleeping.
A Health Tech Connect event fostered a partnership with a deep tech company that could help shape the future of medical simulation education.
Health Sciences International’s Global Research Internship program gives students the chance to gain invaluable experience in and out of the laboratory.