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Artificial intelligence-powered medical treatment options are on the rise, but more than 50% of people don't fully trust them, a new study finds. However, many put faith in AI if it's monitored and guided by human touch.
The gift from Bruce and Patricia Bartlett creates the George A. Vanderheiden Endowed Chair in Cancer Immunological Research at the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies.
Researchers harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to identify causes of Alzheimer's disease and potential drug targets. They looked deep into the brain to map the changes healthy neurons undergo as the disease progresses.
Hsp90-inhibitor drugs in the spinal cord are showing promise as potential pain therapeutics, finds a new study by University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers.
Wastewater-based epidemiology's potential was brought to bear during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it could help public health officials get ahead of the drug-resistant fungus Candida auris.
On Match Day, fourth-year students at the university's College of Medicine – Tucson and College of Medicine – Phoenix learned where they will spend the next three to seven years of their careers as physicians.
As spring blooms across much of Arizona, university researchers are launching a community health effort with a unique call to the public: Send us your ticks. The Great Arizona Tick Check will help researchers build the first-ever database of tick distribution and correlated disease in Arizona.
Increases in National Institutes of Health awards to several UArizona Health Sciences colleges led to a strong showing in the annual rankings.
A new study suggests that too much – or too little – office noise has a negative effect on employee well-being. The sweet spot? About 50 decibels, comparable to moderate rain or birdsong.
Researchers have found a correlation between poor sleep and suicide risk. A new study evaluated suicidal thoughts and behaviors in college students during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.