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At UVA Health System, we are taking a critical look at what has come before to discover, research, teach, and care for patients in an entirely new way. You can help.

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Medical and nursing research offer immense, life-saving potential for changing how we prevent and treat illness and injuries, now and in the future.

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UVa doctor part of team issuing stricter blood pressure guidelines

Dr. Robert Carey said the new rules should help catch warning signs of heart and kidney disease and encourage early treatment. Click the photo to read more.

Ribbon cutting celebration at the Medical Imaging Research Center last night! ✂ UVA Health System University of Virginia Medical Alumni Association

NIH, Research Community Target Next Generation of Scientists

Over the past decade, the landscape for researchers has become increasingly competitive. For early career scientists, it can be hard to gain a foothold in the research community. But the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and many academic medical centers are trying to change that through targeted programs designed to support new investigators as they build their careers. Click the photo to learn more.

UVA Health System Unveils New Medical Image Research Center

The University of Virginia is unveiling a new research center that could lead to faster and more precise diagnoses. Click the photo to learn more.

Proud of these new research facilities!

#UVA researchers embark on an ambitious study examining the heart as it ages and becomes damaged.

Discovery Suggests Better Way to Treat Certain Prostate Cancers, Lymphomas

UVA researchers have discovered that about 10 percent to 15 percent of prostate cancers and lymphomas have a certain genetic flaw that makes them particularly susceptible to chemotherapy and radiation – which are not always the first-choice treatments. Click the photo to learn more.

Former Wahoo Ryan Zimmerman Strikes Out MS

Former University of Virginia baseball player Ryan Zimmerman was striking out multiple sclerosis on Sunday. Click the photo to learn more.