Since 2005, Jamie DeVore, an administrative manager in the department of radiation oncology, has approached her work with a seriousness of purpose and a generous spirit.
“Double ’Hoo,” Rhodes Scholar and soon-to-be doctor Justin Mutter believes that clinicians and care cannot exist in isolation from the communities and residents being served. He wants to develop new models of care that unite patients with their medical providers, especially in rural communities.
U.Va. researcher Jason Papin says the new computer model has the potential to help develop personalized therapies for a variety of diseases.
Just as too much salt can be bad for you, so can too little. A new test developed at U.Va. can help identify each person’s sodium sweet spot.
The outcome of research conducted at the U.Va. School of Medicine paves the way for a multi-site, international trial of the focused ultrasound technique scheduled to begin this summer.
The schools’ leaders agree that bridging gaps between health care professions is the key to effective 21st-century medicine.
Three U.Va. undergraduate students are studying diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness worldwide, affecting 100 million people.
When it comes to evaluating psychological profiles for the courtroom, whose signature is on an expert’s paycheck may trump objective analysis in some cases, a U.Va. study found.
Amixicile, a new drug developed at the U.Va. School of Medicine, has broad applications for use against gastrointestinal infections, but does not appear to harm beneficial probiotic bacteria.
Five U.Va. students will be honored Saturday by former President Bill Clinton and will take home $10,000 for winning a nationwide competition to educate college students about the federal debt.