An Innovations in Healthy Aging graduate program through the College of Law helps students better understand and advocate for older adults.
Researchers at two state universities are joining forces to battle the opioid epidemic with help from decades of chemistry research conducted by Purdue Pharma.
Three new student programs aim to train the next generation of health care professionals and increase access to care across Arizona’s diverse communities.
Throughout his career spent studying opioids, Todd Vanderah, PhD, has been determined to find a way to manage pain without increasing the risk of addiction.
Researchers in the Comprehensive Pain and Addiction Center are seeking new therapies for migraine in an unlikely place – the endogenous cannabinoid system.
A doctoral student is using the Infection and Inflammation as Drivers of Aging training program to investigate menopause-onset asthma.
A new collaboration is combining the strengths of Arizona’s three public universities to advance Valley fever research and clinical care.
The new UArizona Health Sciences Sensor Lab is expanding health care research by providing access to wearable sensors and advanced digital technologies.
A new paraprofessional program trains people to become family support specialists and help address the needs of loved ones with substance use disorders.
An implantable, bioartificial pancreas two decades in the making may soon provide a new treatment option for adults and children with Type 1 diabetes.