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A $2.8 million grant may help develop an improved therapeutic treatment for acute ischemic stroke patients to let them recover faster with fewer long-term complications.
Three experts in law and public health write in a new essay that one of America's founding documents provides a framework for finding common ground to fight COVID-19.
Professor Jim Schwiegerling designed an implantable lens that allows recipients to see mid-range distances in addition to near and far distances.
A $6.1 million study led by the UArizona Center for Innovation in Brain Science will test novel small molecules to improve the lives of Alzheimer's patients.
Researchers found that loneliness and anxiety-induced insomnia may have contributed to a spike in suicidal thoughts in the United States during April's wide lockdown period.
The College of Medicine – Phoenix is helping evaluate the quality of the research being released rapidly about the virus that causes COVID-19.
Researchers found that inhibiting heat shock protein 90 in the spinal cord enhanced effectiveness of opioid therapy and could decrease its side effects. The findings suggest doctors may be able to prescribe less of drug, but patients would get the same level of pain relief with reduced side effects.
A paper published in two medical journals last week offers guidelines for physicians treating coronavirus patients requiring advanced life-saving therapies.
Thirteen research teams will address various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic with financial support from a rapid-turnaround seed grants supplied through the BIO5 Institute and state funding. The grants amount to more than $500,000.
The first phase of testing will include 3,000 health care workers and first responders in Pima County, as well as 1,500 members of the general public.