UAHS In The News

Mar 24 2017

Mar 23 2017

Dr. Mazda Shirazi with Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center

Dr. Bentley Bobrow, professor of emergency medicine at the University of Arizona College Medicine – Phoenix

An international alliance with experts from the United States, Mexico and Africa has come together to address the issue with a project to improve access to quality antivenoms and to save lives in regions with high snakebite incidence. Leslie Boyer, MD, director of the UA Venom Immunochemistry, Pharmacology and Emergency Response (VIPER) Institute,  is collaborating with two international organizations.

Mar 22 2017

Banner Health and the University of Arizona also teamed up on a $4 million precision-medicine project

UA College of Medicine – Tucson

Dr. Nancy Sweitzer, director of the Sarver Heart Center at the University of Arizona

Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center

Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center

Dr. David Armstrong, professor of vascular surgery at the UA College of Medicine and the director of Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance

University of Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center

Mar 21 2017

Dr. Mazda Shirazi with Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center

Dr. Mindy Fain, chief of geriatrics and co-director of the UA Center on Aging

Leslie Boyer, founding director of the University of Arizona's VIPER Institute

Mar 20 2017

Wanda F. Moore, UA Sarver Heart Center volunteer

Dr. Jorge Gomez, associate director of the Center for Border Health at the UA Health Sciences

Dr. Roberta Diaz Brinton, inaugural director, Center for Innovation in Brain Science, University of Arizona Health Sciences

Jennifer Barton, interim director, BIO5 Institute

Dr. Ron Hammer, professor, UA College of Medicine – Tucson

Dan Derksen, professor and director of the Arizona Center for Rural Health

Dr. Valentine Nfonsam, surgical oncologist at UA College of Medicine – Tucson

UA College of Medicine – Tucson and Phoenix

Keith Boeson of the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center

University of Arizona tied for the 43rd best online master’s nursing program in the nation

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