Health & Medicine

The camera look over the shoulder of a person looking at a computer screen with three brain scans on the monitor that show lit up areas of the brains where activity is occurring.

Studying the pre-teen brain for insights into mental health disorders

fMRI scans of brain activity in more than 6,000 nine- and ten-year-old children are the foundation of the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the U.S.


University of Utah announces ‘landmark’ $110 million gift from Eccles Foundations for School of Medicine

Full video of historic announcement now posted online.


Equitably distributing the COVID-19 vaccine

Using data to protect the community in the most effective ways.


COVID-19 complications more likely in Blacks and Native Americans

Complication rate higher even with the same underlying conditions, researchers find.


Grant supports study of social needs and health care during COVID-19

Study explores health impacts of unmet social needs and social interventions during COVID-19


Six new cancer research fellows announced by 5 For The Fight

These individuals are poised to make major impacts in understanding and treating cancer.


Updated COVID-19 safety signs

New guidelines mean new signs.


Why masking and testing continues

Why some people on campus are still wearing masks and getting tested.


Janice Darko, a Black woman, leans forward on a table wearing a black dress with a cape with gold fabric embroidered on the edges of hte clothing. She stands in front of some of the art at the art gallery that's hung on a gray backdrop.

Art and dentistry

The U’s Black and Art Dental Student Association hosted its first-ever exhibit of art by the staff, students and faculty of the School of Dentistry.


Test to play and to stay

COVID-19 testing allowed for the completion of 95% of more than 11,000 high school extracurricular competition events.