Two UVA professors studied how health care technology is contributing to both positive and negative stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New UVA research shows how cancer can remodel human chromosomes, affecting the workings of our genes and allowing cancer to spread.
Ubiquitous data collection can invade privacy, sometimes inadvertently, but a graduate student is working on a data-refining algorithm to safeguard personal information.
Diabetes and other factors may reduce the lifesaving effectiveness of dexamethasone for patients with severe COVID-19, new research suggests.
Paul Martin teaches a course aimed at improving experiences for first-generation students at UVA, while also participating in a wide range of activities for the betterment of the Charlottesville community.
A health expert is calling for public diligence to help slow the spread of COVID-19 during the fall surge in the U.S. and Europe.
UVA researchers have developed a better biosensor to unravel the mysteries of disease and develop new treatments.
Dr. Laurie Archbald-Pannone discusses some of the factors behind this summer’s troubling rise in dementia-related deaths, including the effect of pandemic-related isolation.