Health & Medicine

Charting a new path forward

Since its launch in spring 2021, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy Council has been applying necessary preparations for embedding equitable systems within the U.

First hybrid Doctor of Physical Therapy degree offered at the U

This innovative offering will welcome the first cohort of 50 students in May 2023 pending accreditation approval.

New tool shows air pollution’s path

Air Tracker traces air pollution in Houston, Salt Lake City and Pittsburgh, illuminating potential sources and making data more accessible.

100 years of Primary Children’s Hospital

The birthday celebration was an opportunity to reflect back but also to think forward.

Get a COVID-19 booster shot

University of Utah Human Resources and the College of Nursing are co-hosting a drive-thru COVID booster shot clinic in the Rice-Eccles Stadium parking lot on Thursday, June 23 from 2–5 p.m.

A colorful collage of the faces of the 10 people chosen for the living legend stamp series.

‘Living legend’ honored in Filipino postage stamp

Baldomero “Toto” Olivera’s pioneering research on marine cone snails unlocked the pain-management potential of their venom.

A row of ambulances are parked in a row in Rwanda.

Improving emergency response in Rwanda

There are only 277 ambulances nationwide to service a population of nearly 13 million.

stock photo of a Black man dejected in front of a computer, with his head in his hands. Wearing a white button up shirt with blue polka dots, and wearing multiple bracelets on each wrist.

Changing the conversation about mental health

One in five Americans will experience mental health challenges in any year, and 50% of adults will be diagnosed with a mental illness at some point in their lives.

Sixth graders experience their dream careers at Imagine U Day

A new catered career experience illustrates that secondary education is obtainable when students follow their passions.

Anti-cancer compound found in soft corals

For 25 years, drug hunters have searched for the source of a natural chemical that had shown promise for treating cancer.