Potentially dangerous genes embedded within human DNA were once thought to be locked down by helpful DNA structures called heterochromatin. A University of Arizona researcher disputes that belief and hopes to take it even further.
A new program implemented by the UA Department of Family and Community Medicine and Banner – University Medicine provides primary care patients the opportunity to also receive behavioral health-care services at the same location.
Using technology invented at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson, startup INTelico Therapeutics has taken big data to another level, using a novel computational algorithm in machining learning and artificial intelligence.
The University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health has received an $800,000 grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to support graduate-level education in industrial hygiene.
Curtis Thorne, PhD, and UA doctoral student Carly Cabel validated findings from a 2018 collaborative study that identified a possible new therapeutic target for colon cancer – after a Harvard lab challenged the initial results.
Tucson has enjoyed a 90% jump in technology jobs over the last five years, making it one of the top up-and-coming tech markets in North America, according to global commercial real estate services and investment company CBRE.