Weber, who researched cancer cell signaling and directed the UVA Cancer Center, died Feb. 11 of pancreatic cancer.
It’s March, which means it’s time for STAT Madness – the tournament for the year’s biggest biomedical innovation. For the third consecutive year, a UVA discovery is among the contenders.
Can people who have been vaccinated spread the COVID-19 virus? Is it safe to visit vaccinated relatives? What precautions should we take? Dr. Eric Houpt has some answers.
How do we account for what students have lost academically during a year of pandemic schooling? Early data has begun to shed light on where student learning stands – and how to move forward.
More than a month after making national headlines for possessing “super antibodies” that make contracting COVID-19 impossible, alumnus John Hollis is still shaking his head.
According to Dr. William Petri, the biggest problem is time. The more the virus mutates, the longer it takes to reach herd immunity, and the more time the virus will have to mutate again. But successful vaccines offer hope.
Only 2% of residents had antibodies by mid-August, a statewide study reveals.
Nursing professor Virginia LeBaron will use a new $3.4 million grant to improve understanding of cancer pain and help patients and their family caregivers both anticipate and relieve it.