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Dr. J. Javier Provencio, director of UVA’s neuroscience intensive care unit, is part of the Neurocritical Care Society’s “Curing Coma Campaign” and the lead author of new recommendations.
This summer, UVA experts and local educators held conversations and shared practical tips about educational equity in a virtual environment.
Cardiologists offer guidance on assessing risks for children and teens recovering from the novel coronavirus.
Amid a global pandemic and nationwide protests, one UVA research project has forged new virtual connections that bring lessons from civil-rights-era teachers to present-day educators.
In a new study, Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service researcher Hamilton Lombard examined the income gap between Black and non-Black Americans living in Virginia.
More than 30 million Americans are infected with Toxoplasma gondii, a parasite spread by cats and contaminated meat, but most never show symptoms.
A UVA student club, led by an engineering professor who’s helped make autonomous car racing an international sport, will be among the first to compete with a self-driving race car at the Indianapol
The virus is taking its toll. Researchers are making progress toward solutions.