This hybrid event will feature several sessions detailing the COVID-19 pandemic and how it affected various health disciplines.
The University of Arizona offered a new preview of the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies on May 16 as part of its Tomorrow is Here lecture series. The […]
Michael D. Dake, MD, senior vice president for the University of Arizona Health Sciences, will introduce a new Phoenix-based research center that will accelerate the development and availability of personalized cell and gene-based therapies, and serve as the hub of a new innovation district at the downtown Phoenix Bioscience Core.
In a paper published April 8 in Nature, specific genes were identified that could play important roles in the psychiatric disorder. In the largest genetic study of schizophrenia, researchers including Ayman Fanous, MD, analyzed DNA from 76,755 people with schizophrenia and 243,649 without it to better understand the genes and biological processes underpinning the condition.
e by as much as 80% for patients with symptoms despite medical intervention and behavioral modification who did not desire permanent pacing.
The University of Arizona Health Sciences spoke to UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix Dean Guy Reed at the end of the academic year to discuss the past two years, what lies ahead for the College of Medicine – Phoenix and the Phoenix Bioscience Core.
The Arizona COVID-19 Genomics Union, which includes PBC institutions such as Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, the Translational Genomics Research Institute and the University of Arizona have successfully compiled 100,000 sequenced genomes of COVID-19 to combat the next pandemic.
The virtual event will be hosted by the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix’s Research Office and Human Resources. It will highlight postdoctoral experiences, open postdoctoral research positions and diverse areas of research at the College of Medicine – Phoenix.
The symposium will focus on the expertise of data analytics in the healthcare setting. The topics will cover the use of data and analytics tools/methods in the areas of healthcare, health/medical research, public health or other related fields. The use of data and analytics will be relevant to improving healthcare delivery and health outcomes in Arizona.
Join us for our upcoming HealthTech Connect event featuring exciting applications being developed in wearables and artificial intelligence at the University of Arizona Health Sciences and University of Arizona.
Then, enjoy an evening of networking and the Venture Café – a global platform to connect innovators from all over the world.