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Population Health Scholars Program a cause for celebration

Population health addresses factors that can lead to illness and injury and works to prevent them.


Dentistry through art and community

Take a virtual tour of the Black and Art Dental Student Association art exhibition and submit your own art for the next exhibition by March 31.


Aldolphus Nickleberry hugs his grandchild, laughs with family in a dining room.

‘Meet me where I am’

During Sundance Film Festival 2022, University of Utah Health premiered “Meet Me Where I Am,” a documentary short film that follows the journey of 61-year-old Adolphus Nickleberry, a patient at our Intensive Outpatient Clinic (IOC).


An illustration shows depictions of sperm swimming from left to right with some sperm appearing as dotted outlines. The sperm are in a triangle that narrows from left to right.

Birth control for men?

U of U Health is testing a male contraceptive gel, which could ease the burden on women who have traditionally borne the responsibility for birth control.


Autism in 8-year-old Utahns on the rise

The increase is likely due to awareness, diagnostics and access.


Get ready for Employee Appreciation Day

Join the celebration taking place in-person at Rice-Eccles Stadium on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.


Utah Clinical & Translational Science Institute helps research improve health

The new center increases the efficiency and effectiveness of translating discoveries.


Children, COVID-19 and vaccines

Pediatricians and infectious disease doctors urge parents to vaccinate eligible children before returning to school.


U to test if video games can relieve late-life depression

The clinical trial is supported by a $7.5M grant from the National Institute of Mental Health.


Fungi that live in the gut influence health and disease

Vaccines that balance gut microbial communities may one day be used to improve gastrointestinal health.