They can’t treat patients right now, but they can sew masks, call elderly residents, triage patients on a new hotline, serve as virtual camp counselors and tutors, make hand sanitizer and more. See how UVA medical students are helping.
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May 10, 2020
On the Sunday morning show, Ryan discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting UVA and higher education. Watch the full interview here.
May 07, 2020
UVA ICU Dr. Taison Bell, battling COVID-19 at work daily, is still looking to the future of medicine. His company, founded with classmate Timothy Harvey, hopes to revolutionize at-home diagnostics with a pill that can scan the GI tract for colon cancer.
May 06, 2020
The Charlottesville Food Justice Network partners with local groups, including UVA, to increase access to healthy food. It is one of many local organizations determined to meet the community’s needs during – and after – the pandemic.
May 01, 2020
The paid virtual internship is intended to help politically minded students whose public sector internships or summer jobs vanished due to the pandemic, while giving them valuable job experience in an election year.
April 30, 2020
Visiting politics professor Syaru Shirley Lin discusses tensions between the two superpowers ahead of a virtual symposium to be hosted Monday by the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
April 23, 2020
The Fralin Museum of Art and the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection at UVA aren’t open to visitors, but staff have been busy creating vibrant digital offerings – perfect for online classes, homeschooling or a quick break.
April 21, 2020
UVA Health COO Wendy Horton said solutions to big problems – like a global pandemic – often start at academic medical centers. She takes us behind the scenes to show how those discoveries become reality.
April 16, 2020
Four UVA doctors helped raise a national alarm about the pandemic’s disproportionate impact on minority communities. They discuss what they are seeing and what can be done.
April 06, 2020
The pandemic might have cut his season and his time on Grounds short, but Mamadi Diakite is determining to keep smiling. UVA basketball’s big man reflects on five life-changing years and his hopes for the future.