Pediatric Oncologist’s Work Among Top 10 Clinical Achievements of 2017

By Dan Heuchert (reprinted from UVA Today, May 23, 2018) A University of Virginia School of Medicine researcher’s pioneering work in childhood cancer has been honored as one of the top 10 clinical research achievements of 2017. Dr. Daniel “Trey” … [Read more...]

Mills Receives Distinguished Pathologist Award

By Brian Murphy Congratulations to Stacey Mills, MD, Professor of Pathology, for receiving the Distinguished Pathologist Award, which recognizes distinguished service in the development of the discipline of Pathology. This award, from the United … [Read more...]

UVA’s PositiveLinks App Improving HIV Care

By Joshua Barney A smartphone app designed to improve care for people living with HIV has increased users’ consistency in doctor visits and improved their health outcomes, a new study has found. Users of the PositiveLinks intervention developed … [Read more...]

UVA Physician Leads Creation of New Colorectal Cancer Screening Guidelines

The American Cancer Society has announced significant new guidelines for colorectal cancer screenings, and a major contributor to the new protocol is the University of Virginia School of Medicine’s Dr. Andrew Wolf. The previous recommendation for … [Read more...]

Can Focused Sound Waves Fix Rare “Giggling” Form of Epilepsy?

By Josh Barney, Reprinted from UVA Today What was fiction on a recent episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” is being pioneered for real at the University of Virginia Health System. The episode “Hold Back the River” featured the show’s doctors using … [Read more...]