UV light exposure in lupus patients leads to local inflammation of the skin and systemic inflammation of other organs, including the kidneys.
Dr. Paul Drain (AID) and Dr. Matthew Thompson, will lead UW’s arm of the NIH sponsored RADx-UP program, “Protecting Our Community: A Pragmatic Randomized Trial of Home-based COVID Testing with American Indian and Latino Communities”.
Dr. Paul Drain is leading a study to develop an antigen-based COVID-19 test to be used at the point of care.
Dr. Jose Garcia is PI of a multi-site Veterans Affairs grant to study treatments for Veterans with traumatic brain injury.
The role in a national trial could validate the technology as a predictor for drug therapies’ effectiveness against patients’ kidney diseases.
UW Medicine will examine whether changes in biosignals from the Apple Watch can point up early signs of acute respiratory infection.
NIH funds a new partnership between UW Medicine and the UW College of Education.
Clinical trials find immunotherapy avelumab plus best supportive care (BSC) significantly prolongs overall survival compared to BSC alone.
Dr. Karin Bornfeldt has received an NHLBI Outstanding Investigator Award to fund seven years of her research.
We are pleased to announce the creation of the University of Washington Kenya Tuberculosis Research & Training Program (KTRTP)
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