A new online program from the School of Medicine helps HIV-positive patients overcome the stigma that often prevents them from seeking treatment. more >
Patients and health care providers often make assumptions about each other based upon personal biases, and they may affect the quality of care. A two-day symposium is seeking remedies. more >
Colorectal cancer expert Dr. Charles Friel explains recent news of a rise in instances of the disease and what younger patients should be paying attention to in order to catch it early. more >
The researchers have identified a biological process responsible for the probiotic’s effect on mood. Based on this, they believe the findings should hold true in people. more >
A worldwide authority on health care-related infections, particularly antibiotic-resistant and catheter-related infections, Farr retired in 2004 from the Division of Infectious Diseases due to the debilitating effects of multiple sclerosis. more >
The research, which studied an unusual cohort of Finnish men, examines the interaction of genetic factors and cardiometabolic diseases such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. more >
Dr. Jose Oberholzer, the incoming director of UVA’s Charles O. Strickler Transplant Center, explains advances in robotic transplant surgery and his plans for innovative treatment research. more >
A cooperative study seeks to determine whether novice teen drivers – with and without autism – might benefit from additional support and training, even after earning their licenses. more >