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The University of Virginia Health System has named Jeffrey Keller as its first chief innovation officer. His mission: to help turn scientific discoveries into new and better treatments to serve patients at UVA and beyond.

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Our office is all decked out for the holidays! #uvamed

Looking forward to the official lighting of the lobby tree on Thursday! 🎄#holidays #uva

Research Roundup: Online Insomnia Treatment and More, November 2016

Online sleep training may soon be available to solve your insomnia. Also find out why you should learn about the risks of dense breast tissue. Click the photo to read more.

Stop by tomorrow, December 6th and support UVA Children's Hospital! Donate a toy for a child patient to receive this holiday season and receive 10% off your purchase while another 10% goes back to UVA Children's Hospital! #vvcharlottesville #vineyardvines #edsftg #uvachildrenshospital

Only 1 in 8 women know that breast density affects their risk for cancer. But knowing your breast density helps you make more effective preventative care decisions. Take a look at the study done by the UVA Center for Survey Research: http://bit.ly/2fsOspy

Juniors and seniors got to tour our medevac helicopter as part of Western Albemarle's mini-med program.

It's another Meet The Kids Monday! Let's take moment to remember why we are raising funds for #UVAChildrensHospital. We do this for Wes! No parent likes to see their child feeling ill. So when Wes, shortly after turning 1, was sleeping and vomiting excessively, his mom and dad took him to his doctor to tackle the problem. Rather than the quick diagnosis of a virus or flu they were expecting, they heard the word no parent wants to hear: cancer. Wes was diagnosed with stage IV high-risk neuroblastoma. Things immediately turned upside down for his family and he went right in to treatment, even having to make trips to one of our partner hospitals. Wes faced some truly scary times at such a young age! Thankfully, with the help of the doctors and nurses here at UVA, he has been progressing miraculously and has shown no evidence of disease since since completing his final stages of treatment and immunotherapy in June of 2015. 2016 has been a great year for Wes. He started preschool and is winning the hearts of all he meets with his sweet smile! He truly is one of our little miracles. When you support #MainEvent2017, you help kids like Wes! #wesistheman #kidsofUVA #speakforkids #Feburary4 #neuroblastoma

Lung #cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in U.S. Dr. Ryan Gentzler explains new treatments @NBC29 https://t.co/rE2yKztgeN #video

From regenerating limbs to finding the cure for childhood diabetes, see how #UVA researchers could shape the future… https://t.co/IU4Wwj9y5Z

"The kids who disrupt class are the kids who need exercise the most" — Susan Cluett, UVA Children’s Fitness Clinic program director