Arizona scientists are sequencing genomes, surveilling animal populations and researching ecology and environmental policy to better understand and limit the threat of novel infectious diseases.
David Engelthaler, director of TGen North in Flagstaff, discusses what may lie ahead for us as COVID-19 becomes an endemic virus. Read more: Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic
University of Arizona researchers believe cyclodextrin can help prevent dementia in the months after a stroke—which experts believe impacts a quarter of stroke victims—and are preparing for a clinical trial.
Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center opened a $1 million Investigational Cancer Therapeutics Research Unit on the Banner Gateway Medical Center campus in Gilbert to benefit cancer patients enrolled in first-in-human and early therapeutic trials and expand clinical research.
Peoria council to vote on purchase agreement with hospital system for vacant parcel / Phoenix Business Journal
The city of Peoria is in negotiations with HonorHealth to sell a parcel of land on which the Scottsdale-based nonprofit health system would build a 75,000-square-foot health facility.
Arizona is one of the states growing its biotech sector by implementing strategic policies, such as directly seeding promising startups through the Arizona Innovation Challenge which offers $3 million in funding each year to early-stage firms.
University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix students attend a celebration of appreciation for their cadaver by choosing dance, music, or visual art to make an homage to the life of the body they’ve studied.