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Stereotypes are slow to change, and some young students may not see themselves in science careers.
UVA researchers Daniel Gingerich and Jan Vogler trace the effects of the bubonic plague’s high mortality through centuries of political and social change, including decreased land inequality and in
UVA Health was the only Virginia hospital chosen for the National Food Allergy Clinical Network.
Peter Tuerk, a leading expert on the use of telehealth in clinical psychology, shares how the pandemic has already made lasting changes in how we treat mental health.
UV light is lethal to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Now, a robot is deploying the light as an efficient decontaminant.
Inspired by his daughter and many others, Pelphrey has become one of the nation’s leading autism researchers and an adviser to the federal government.
The statewide effort will estimate the number of cases that were asymptomatic or untested.
The proposals selected for funding support improved antibody testing, vaccine development and improving patient outcomes.