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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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On this #GivingTuesday, the UVA Global Infectious Diseases Institute welcomes your support for our mission to promo…

UVA Makes Surprising Discovery About Neurons, Our Irreplaceable Nerve Cells

By questioning accepted scientific belief, School of Medicine researchers have discovered that these strange cells are even stranger than previously realized. Click the photo to learn more.

This #GivingTuesday, impact the patients + families who need it most. Accelerate discovery that will lead to cures.…

Yet another in a series of honors recognizing the cutting edge work in the Kipnis lab. Now on to the cures of these…

Our #TheSeventhSense article in ⁦@sciam⁩ made it to top science stories of 2018 collection. Thank you ⁦@katewong⁩

Cancer Pain? There's an App for That

With an NIH grant, prof. Virginia LeBaron will develop a bedside app to help cancer patients and clinicians in developing nations get the pain meds they need. Click the photo to learn more.

The Sleep Healthy Using the Internet (SHUTi) project is testing an online program to address insomnia in older adul…

A @uvahealthnews husband-and-wife team just received $1.8M from the @NIH to improve radiation therapy + breast surg…

In Chile, a Special Honor for UVA's Dr. James P. Nature

Dr. James P. Nataro was honored in Chile this week for his work battling infectious diseases in Latin America. ALAM 2018, the 24th Latin American Congress of Microbiogy, held a special symposium in his honor. It’s a well-deserved recognition, considering his many years of work on serious bacterial infections such as E. coli and Shigella. Click the photo to read more.

Former UVA Orthopedic Resident MaCalus Hogan, MD, a grant recipient, weighs in on the ongoing value of research