Since the 1970s, UVA researcher Dr. Ronald Turner and his colleagues have been purposefully infecting student volunteers with rhinoviruses, in the name of science (Turner) and picking up some extra cash (the volunteers). What has he learned?
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Wesley P. Hester
October 24, 2018
September 10, 2018
President Jim Ryan challenged the panel to “think boldly and creatively about the future use of this parcel, which in many ways will help set the future course of the University.”
August 08, 2018
A number of safety and preparedness measures have been put into place in advance of the one-year anniversary of last August’s violence.
July 02, 2018
Tommye S. Sutton, deputy chief of police at Northwestern University, has been named assistant vice president and chief of police at UVA. He will be sworn in Aug. 1.
June 19, 2018
Once completed, those in wheelchairs will be able – for the first time – to traverse the length of the Lawn, from the Rotunda to Old Cabell Hall, without detouring to McCormick Road.
June 14, 2018
Poston, a graduate of UVA’s Darden School of Business and the husband of a “triple ’Hoo,” is the commissioner of the revenue in Norfolk.
March 08, 2018
As a capstone to his illustrious career, Dr. Robert Carey, the former dean of the School of Medicine, played a major role in developing sweeping new guidelines on high blood pressure that mean millions more people have the condition.