Health & Medicine

COVID-19 vaccine now available for some in the campus community

All COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at preventing serious illness from COVID-19 including hospitalization and death.


‘Inspiring a Movement’

Join the 2021 Women’s Week events at the U, March 8-12.


Don’t delay cancer screenings during COVID-19

Don’t put off a screening that could save your life.


Serving the underserved at the School of Dentistry

Caring for the underserved fosters empathy and a commitment to providing the best treatment for all patients.


You’ve been vaccinated, now what?

As more of the population gets the COVID-19 vaccine, we will be closer to getting back to our normal, everyday lives.


Experimental treatment subdues Type 1 diabetes in laboratory mice

The therapeutic agent converts cells that normally control glucose production into ones that generate insulin.


The Great American Outdoors Act offers weary Americans a lifeline

It’s time to envision a future with more protected areas and urban parks.


Elevate campus health, take the National College Health Assessment

Much like voting, taking this national assessment is a chance to add your voice to the conversation around student health and wellness.


March 1-14 all education and student services go online

The remote period is designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus on campus.


Social Work Health Futures Lab

Associate professor Jaehee Yi selected as a fellow in the first national cohort of the Social Work Health Futures Lab.