UA Cancer Center’s Dr. Tim Bowden Fondly Remembered As Gifted Scientist, Teacher and Mentor

University of Arizona physicians and researchers remember Dr. Bowden as a “friend, mentor, passionate scientist and remarkable human being.”

UA `Active Shooter Drill’ to Test and Train Emergency Responders, May 23

Emergency medicine resident-physicians at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson and other first responders will participate in a mass-shooting exercise to prepare for real disasters.

Pharmacology Researchers Seek Solutions to Opioid Epidemic

The UA's focus has been on helping people with chronic pain without using narcotics or other addictive drugs.

UA Cancer Center’s Dr. Tim Bowden Fondly Remembered As Gifted Scientist, Teacher and Mentor

University of Arizona physicians and researchers remember Dr. Bowden as a “friend, mentor, passionate scientist and remarkable human being.”

UA `Active Shooter Drill’ to Test and Train Emergency Responders, May 23

Emergency medicine resident-physicians at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson and other first responders will participate in a mass-shooting exercise to prepare for real disasters.

Pharmacology Researchers Seek Solutions to Opioid Epidemic

The UA's focus has been on helping people with chronic pain without using narcotics or other addictive drugs.
  • UA Cancer Center’s Dr. Tim Bowden Fondly Remembered As Gifted Scientist, Teacher and Mentor

    University of Arizona physicians and researchers remember Dr. Bowden as a “friend, mentor, passionate scientist and remarkable human being.”
  • UA `Active Shooter Drill’ to Test and Train Emergency Responders, May 23

    Emergency medicine resident-physicians at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson and other first responders will participate in a mass-shooting exercise to prepare for real disasters.
  • Pharmacology Researchers Seek Solutions to Opioid Epidemic

    The UA's focus has been on helping people with chronic pain without using narcotics or other addictive drugs.

People and Programs on the Move

The University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine announced its inaugural award: Dr. Kilgore of the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine was selected from among integrative health practitioners.

Susan Kaib, MD, and Glen Fogerty, PhD, have been appointed to leadership positions at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix. Dr. Kaib has been named associate dean of student affairs, while Dr. Fogerty has been appointed associate dean of admissions and recruitment.

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May 9 2018 - 5:37pm
Through Saturday, May 12, UAHS colleges are holding convocations; inspirational graduates are available for interviews.
May 7 2018 - 5:25pm
The accomplishments of some of the UA Health Sciences’ inspiring graduates are highlighted.
May 3 2018 - 3:40pm
More details about the ceremonies.
May 2 2018 - 10:46am
A new medical Spanish program at the UA College of Medicine – Tucson will train residents and fellows to be culturally sensitive, linguistically appropriate physicians to enhance the physician-patient relationship.
Apr 26 2018 - 11:42am
UA College of Nursing selects two students for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant to increase the number of nursing PhDs.

UAHS In The News

Physicians at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson are developing a new tool that detects urine, or urethral, blockage. The technique may soon make it easier for patients to test themselves for the condition from the comfort of their own homes. 

Dr. Michael A. Grandner, director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at UA Health Sciences and an assistant professor in the UA Department of Psychiatry, is principal investigator of the Nogales Cardiometabolic Health and Sleep Study, or NoCHeS, which seeks to learn more about sleep health and sleep disorders in the border region, how sleep issues are related to social, behavioral and environmental factors and their potential role in regard to risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

More than 50 million people in the United States suffer from pain in the absence of injury. This includes patients with migraines, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome and many other disorders.  “These people have no injuries, or reasons to experience pain,” says Frank Porreca, PhD, a pharmacologist and neuroscientist at the UA College of Medicine – Tucson. “But for some reason, they are hurting.”