Dr. Deepta Bhattacharya is a Professor of Immunobiology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson.
The Nikolich Lab hopes to ‘rejuvenate’ the aging immune system by repairing lymph nodes.
We are delighted to recognize and congratulate the 2023-2024 Infection and Inflammation as Drivers of Aging (IIDA) Training Grant awardees!
Immunologist Deepta Bhattacharya discusses the newest COVID-19 vaccines and what the future might hold for COVID-19 immunizations.
Congratulations to Dr. Gayatri Vedantam as she is honored as a Women of Impact Awardee!
Congratulations to Dr. Felicia Goodrum as she is honored as a Women of Impact Awardee!
The Aegis Consortium awarded seed funding to eight projects that align with the UArizona Health Sciences center’s mission to create a pandemic-free future.
Dr. Michael D.L. Johnson named Associate Dean for Basic Science Research and Graduate Studies!
Pierce Longmire has been awarded Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Scholar for outstanding students!
Yamil Sanchez-Rosario awarded Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship to advance equity and inclusion in science!
Friday, October 27, 2023. Medical Research Building, Room 102.
Researchers are defining long COVID and exploring the underlying cause and consequences of the disease that is affecting millions of people.
University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers contributed to a National Institutes of Health-funded research effort that identified the most common long COVID symptoms with the aim of improving future diagnostics and treatment.
New computational approaches to drug development could lower treatment costs and make new discoveries possible.
Devices allow Health Sciences and other college collaborators greater scale and cost-effective methods to improve care.
Under the shadow of increasing viral threats, researchers at the Aegis Consortium are working to create a pandemic-free future.
Interprofessional education modules at the Arizona Simulation Technology and Education Center teach students the importance of teamwork in health care.
Dr. Felicia Goodrum named the 2022 Edith Sayre Auslander Emerging Visionary by the University of Arizona’s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
Michael Kuhns, an associate professor of immunobiology at the University of Arizona who was not affiliated with the ASU study, said that having a better handle on what kinds of autoantibodies exist in healthy people may help scientists evaluate "how robust (a particular autoantibody) might be as a biomarker, even a diagnostic.”