By collaborating with experts, advocates and families in the Charlottesville community, autism researchers at UVA are growing the local support network while advancing cutting-edge research.
Sibylle Kranz, a registered dietitian nutritionist and associate professor in UVA’s Curry School of Education and Human Development, gives parents with young children the low-down on vegetables.
Synthetic biology – the engineering of new and better materials from cells – is a growing area in research and development at the University.
Dr. Fern Hauck, who has spent more than 25 years researching sudden infant death syndrome, offers important advice.
Four project teams will focus on improving colorectal cancer screening, increasing access to treatment of autism spectrum disorder, understanding the benefits of urban walking and treating postpartum depression and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
Two Presidential Fellows at UVA’s Data Science Institute hope to access trove of data from the International Space Station as “early adopters” of a new NASA program.
The $2.5 million National Science Foundation grant to a math department team will enhance research training opportunities for students, postdocs and faculty.
The finding offers a potential avenue to stop the disease’s progression.