Learn what recent research reveals about new avenues for treatments to prevent and treat heart disease and heart failure.
See the exciting research happening at UVA Health, and the potential of UVA's new biotech institute to transform medicine.
A new research discovery from the School of Medicine about the effects of aging in our cells could help doctors cure diabetes, liver disease or possibly even reverse aging.
We haven’t yet found an Alzheimer’s disease cure. But our recent research announcements are good progress toward treating the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S.
After ten years working in finance, Holly Roach felt something was missing. She went back to school to become a nurse, and is now an assistant nurse manager in the UVA electrophysiology lab. Read about what inspired her to make the change, and what a typical day looks like now.
The results from this international study are reassuring both for parents who exclusively breastfeed and those who struggle and supplement with formula.
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.
Spine surgery is painful. But good news: UVA spine surgeons like Frank Shen, MD, are busy conducting research to improve recovery and outcomes from surgery on the spine.
The lung transplant research laboratory at UVA and the UVA School of Medicine is looking at how their research can directly impact patient care.
We’ve launched a new medical research blog, The Making of Medicine, highlighting discoveries and breakthroughs from the UVA School of Medicine.
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