Kara Fitzgibbon, the new director of the Center for Survey Research at UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, says she wants to focus on projects that can improve the community.
In the last two decades, the number of jobs in the hospitality and tourism sector within the state of Virginia has increased by 36%, according to Kyaw Khine of UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service.
The research could help doctors determine which treatments will be most effective for patients.
Researchers believe the approach may also prove effective in treating other autoimmune diseases such as lupus and eczema.
The Chemical Engineering building and Wilsdorf Hall are home base for the study of catalysis, biotechnology and nanotechnology, and other critical applied research at UVA.
We catch up with researchers from the UVA-based Arctic CoLab before their symposium next week to discuss the future of one of Earth’s most critical and rapidly changing regions.
A study from a UVA nursing professor finds that, despite the billions spent to support such families, Medicaid waivers offer maddeningly well-intentioned, but poorly executed support.
With a better understanding of how fish move, researchers eventually could develop faster, more efficient propulsion systems for manned and unmanned underwater vehicles.