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Researchers at UVA are on track to eradicate a disease that plagues nearly 1.5 million Americans, many of whom are children and adolescents. With the help of experts from across disciplines, UVA’s School of Medicine is leading a three-pronged approach to better detect, control and eventually cure Type 1 diabetes.

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Artificial Pancreas Benefits Young Children, UVA Trial Shows

The artificial pancreas aims to automate blood sugar control for people with Type 1 diabetes. Click the photo to learn more.

Happy National Nurses Week! We want to take this time to recognize our outstanding nurses, alumni, students, faculty, and friends. To make a gift in honor or memory of your favorite nurse, visit nursing.virginia.edu/alumni/national

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The UVA Medical Alumni Association recognized Sherita Hill Golden, MD ’94, as co-recipient of its 2017 Walter Reed Distinguished Achievement Award during a presentation on April 29 in Charlottesville. Dr. Golden received the award along with Robert S. Brown, Sr., MD 67. Dr. Golden is the Hugh P. McCormick Family Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She also holds joint appointments in the Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology, and Clinical Research and in the Department of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Congratulations to Dr. Golden on her distinguished career and on this well-deserved recognition. You can learn more about her career, as well as a list of past recipients of the Walter Reed Award, at UVAMedAlum.org/alumni/awards. #UVA #uvamed

A decade of IPE at UVA; What resilience looks like; Decisions that hit below the belt; and honoring cancer warriors through scholarship. Check out the latest issue of VNL!

The UVA Medical Alumni Association recognized Robert S. Brown, Sr., MD '67 as co-recipient of its 2017 Walter Reed Distinguished Achievement Award during a presentation on April 29. A psychiatrist, Dr. Brown closed his private practice of 40 years in 2005 and, at the age of 74, embarked on a new career as staff psychiatrist for the Department of Defense's Kenner Army Health Clinic - Department of Behavioral Health at Fort Lee, Virginia. His mission there was to counsel soldiers with combat-induced Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and to provide individual and group therapy for those soldiers. Dr. Brown is seen here (center) with Dean David S. Wilkes, MD (left) and Executive Director Barry Collins (right), You can learn more about Dr. Brown's career, as well as a list of past recipients of the Walter Reed Award, at UVAMedAlum.org/alumni/awards. #uvamed #UVA

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