A new discovery from researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute
Physicians advised to educate patients about dangers buprenorphine poses to children
Utah's only academic medical center uses data from more than 40,000 patient surveys to rate its physicians on nine measures using a five-star system.
A new study led by a University of Utah neurologist shows that the auras that presage migraine attacks are caused by a wave of brain activity that causes nerve cells...
Discovery of a new drug with high potential to treat Ewing sarcoma, an often deadly cancer of children and young adults
Research will be a priority as program readies to open doors to students next year
New agreement brings an expansion of quality care and experience to patients of Memorial Hospital in Rock Springs, Wyoming
U of U Researchers, Utah Residents Play Key Roles as International Project Sequences Genomes of More than 1,000 People Worldwide
New dental facility will be built in Research Park and named in honor of philanthropists Ray and Tye Noorda
This year University of Utah Health Care was recognized for having 10 high-performing specialties
Assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Utah, has received a prestigious Director's New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
U researchers' study opens door to understanding adult brain plasticity
Increased risks for some cancers in individuals with Parkinson's disease and their relatives suggest a genetic link
For the first time, a mutation in HIF2a, a specific group of genes known as transcription factors that is involved in red blood cell production and cell metabolism, has been...
Evelyn Gopez, M.D., and Grant Lasson fill new Associate Vice President positions in the Senior Vice President's Office
Supplementing antidepressant with muscle-building creatine vastly improves response time, quality of recovery
Alternating hemiplegia of childhood (AHC) is a rare disorder that usually begins in infancy, with intermittent episodes of paralysis and stiffness, first affecting one side of the body, then the...
Transplant program excels in accreditation renewal as program expands beyond main hospital doors.
U of U human geneticists performed analysis for international research collaboration
Nels C. Elde, Ph.D., studies evolutionary conflicts of cells and pathogens
U of U-led study sheds light on what makes people feel and act the way they do
University receives top honors for the first time in national ranking
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