A new initiative seeks to unite global experts from universities, government agencies, nonprofits and industry to develop solutions to future pandemics.
A postdoctoral researcher looks for ways to switch off the mechanism that allows a common yet potentially deadly virus to reproduce and thrive.
Advances in data collection, digital communications and technology are taking several UArizona Health Sciences initiatives to new frontiers for better health.
This is an exciting time for the University of Arizona Health Sciences as we reshape the future of health care.
Students in the Health Sciences International dual-degree program gain firsthand experience as program welcomes first research interns.
The Shubitz Family Clinic provides cultural engagement opportunities for College of Medicine – Tucson students who deliver free health care services.
A recent COVID-19 interprofessional education exercise put lessons learned at the forefront and fostered collaboration for Health Sciences students.
A clinical trial led by researchers at the University of Arizona Cancer Center helped Barbara Ann Jones overcome an unrelenting head and neck cancer.
Researchers across the university are collaborating to enhance the lives of older adults through integration, partnerships, research and education.
A series of unexplained medical scares led Amy Arias to pursue a dream later in life than most of her peers.