News & Events
Learn how a positive attitude and simple changes to your daily routine can improve your health. Plus, inspiring patient stories and more health tips in this issue of our family health magazine.
The Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging has launched a new resource specifically for patients: InsideView is our unconventional blog, intended to bring patients behind the scenes and help answer their radiology questions before they arise.
While pediatric oncologist Daniel “Trey” Lee was working at the NIH, he tested a form of gene therapy as a possible way to save children with leukemia. Now at UVA, Lee just gave the first dose of an experimental immunotherapy to a 14-year-old with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
UVA is now a Comprehensive Stroke Center, which means that our team is ready 24/7 to deliver the most advanced care for stroke and stroke complications. It places us in the top three percent for stroke care nationwide.
At least half of all women over age 40 suffer from some form of incontinence. Find out how to treat it in the fall issue of our family health magazine.
This Monday will bring a rare, must-see event: The moon will momentarily block the sun from our view. Don’t be in the dark about how to experience a solar eclipse safely.
The Kipnis Research Lab at UVA discovered a major breakthrough in the connection between the brain and the lymphatic system. Watch the video to learn more.
Read how actress Amy Schumer's career was shaped by her father's multiple sclerosis. Plus, how a routine colonoscopy saved one woman's life and more stories from the latest issue of Vim & Vigor.
Researchers at UVA School of Medicine found a link between your gut health and how it affects your mood. Read more about the latest depression research.
We’ve launched a new medical research blog, The Making of Medicine, highlighting discoveries and breakthroughs from the UVA School of Medicine.