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UVA’s P. Todd Stukenberg has discovered a previously unknown structure inside our cells that helps prevent cancer. This knowledge could improve cancer treatment.
The lymph node is a small, bean-shaped gland that raises our immune response when exposed to pathogens that can sicken us.
In an open-source research paper, a UVA engineering professor and her former Ph.D.
A new study, based at UVA and other centers, shows that the system developed at UVA’s Center for Diabetes Technology offers safety and efficacy benefits for people with Type 1 diabetes.
Few university astronomy departments have more than one faculty member who has been awarded a prestigious Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering.
One of the goals of the University of Virginia’s strategic plan is to continually grow its research funding base.
The National Science Fundation has awarded Assistant Professor Sara Maloni with Early Career Development (CAREER) award.
Three University of Virginia faculty members – Ben Castleman, Nitya Kallivayalil and Marilyne Stains – have been given the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.