COVID-19 complication clues

An overactive defense response may lead to increased blood clotting, disease severity and death from COVID-19, but a naturally occurring protein may quiet that response.

EYE ON THE PRIZE

Video game created by U students helps combat lazy eye in kids.

Responding to incidents of racism and bias

The Racist and Bias Incident Response Team oversees university protocols, programs and processes to provide appropriate and calculated responses to incidents involving bias and racism at the university.

Racist and Bias Incident Response Team

The team is working to streamline reporting, tracking, response and communication efforts to address racist and bias incidents on campus.

FURTHERING THE FIGHT AGAINST HIV

U alum Jacki Dover joins U.S. global HIV/AIDS response to help achieve sustainable control of the epidemic.

Addressing student questions and concerns about police, sexual assault investigations

This webinar address students’ questions about our police operations and processes related to sexual assault investigations, keeping victim advocacy and victim-survivor privacy in mind, and to broadly help students understand the jurisdictional issues, processes and resources that come into play in situations like this.

Halloween eye safety

You might see a lot of scary sights on Halloweenβ€”most of them fun and harmless. But one freaky sight you want to avoid is an eye infection caused by illegal colored contact lensesβ€”also called β€œfashion” or β€œcostume” lenses.

U launches new Center for Violence Prevention

The center will complement the work that is already being done at the U that really improved our response by looking at relationship and sexual violence from a primary prevention lens.

Actions to improve campus safety and security

Actions announced in response to an independent review team’s findings and recommendations related to the Lauren McCluskey case.