Health & Medicine

Humans of the U: Vishwa Srinivasan

A student’s dream will become reality on May 21 in downtown Salt Lake City.


InfectED on campus, in the community and beyond

The student-led university club is focused on educating everyone on infectious diseases.


New Faculty Athletics Representative named

Jason Burrow-Sánchez is a professor of counseling psychology and chair of the Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education.


Commuting around large events coming to campus

Everything campus needs to know to stay informed during these special events.


Student positions available in Center for Student Wellness

Eight paid positions are available for undergraduate students of all majors who wish to empower students to commit to their health and wellness through peer education.


Preventing web-like NETs from clogging blood vessels could improve stroke outcomes

Research in mice suggests a window of opportunity to prevent additional brain damage following a stroke.


2022 Bench to Bedside competition returns to the Utah Capitol

A device that measures oxygen saturation and temperature more accurately during surgery wins the Grand Prize.


graphic shows two hands coming together. text on top reads "Basic Needs Collective Grand Opening"

Getting students what they need

The Basic Needs Collective now has a home in the Union.


College of Nursing to expand enrollment by 25%

Additional personnel devoted to this increase in students will include full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, a student advisor, a clinical placement coordinator and patient simulation specialists.


Convalescent plasma could lower hospitalization risk for newly infected COVID-19 patients

Early treatment with plasma extracted from recovered individuals reduces the need for hospitalization by more than 50%, according to a new nationwide clinical trial.