Dr. David Schiff, a UVA Cancer Center expert, co-chaired the blue-ribbon panel, which updated the guidelines to reflect tremendous progress in treating brain metastases.
“This exhibit is but a small token of my gratitude for the opportunity to give voice to the ghosts of yesterday,” wrote Ian Solomon, the pavilion’s current resident.
A UVA professor’s long-standing love for the Bible has led her to authorship of an audio book that explores intriguing questions about the sacred text.
Alumna Danielle Collins, who won two NCAA titles during her time at UVA, is making some serious noise at the Australian Open.
Nicole Ruzek, a clinical psychologist and director of UVA’s Counseling and Psychological Services, says the loss can bring both grief and trauma. She gives practical ways to offer support.
Five questions for Richard Chylla, the UVA Licensing & Ventures Group’s new executive director.
After 25 years as UVA’s top landscape architect, Hughes is turning her attention to her family’s farm and wine business.
What can a professor with a Ph.D. in religious studies teach students about engineering, using only children’s toys? Plenty, it turns out.