Arizona leads the nation in enrolling participants in the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program.
More than 110 College of Medicine – Tucson medical students will simultaneously open envelopes revealing where they will complete their residency training.
University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center Assistant Professor of Medicine Michel Corban, MD sat down with KOLD News 13 for an interview on SCAD.
College of Medicine – Tucson Class of 2024 medical students will receive their white coats on Feb. 25.
A clinical trial is underway to study whether stimulation of the vagus nerve improves heart function in patients diagnosed with heart failure. Elizabeth Juneman, MD, associate professor of medicine and medical director of the Advanced Heart Disease Program, is the principal investigator at the Tucson site for the study called, “Autonomic Regulation Therapy to Enhance Myocardial Function and Reduce Progression of Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction” (ANTHEM-HFrEF).
Blood pressure control worsened in both men and women with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States in 2020. Women and older adults had the highest blood pressures measured during the pandemic. “The pandemic upended so many routines, from personal lifestyle prevention habits to healthcare delivery. This study illustrates the importance of knowing your numbers, monitoring your health and staying on top of preventive health care,” said Nancy K. Sweitzer, MD, PhD, director of the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center and professor of medicine at the College of Medicine – Tucson.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix selected two medical students - Sabrina Dahak and Rachel Schuurs - to receive the Charles W. Hall Jr. and Virginia C. Hall Memorial Endowment Award.
Congratulations to Charlotte Todd, Sarver Heart Center’s business manager, who was honored for her thoughtfulness, professionalism and hard work as the 2021 recipient of the Brian Bateman Superb Service Award.
Katie Maass reviews the heart healthy messages she learned during her 12 years of exemplary service as the director of communications at the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center. An in-person and virtual reception is planned Monday, January 24, from 3 - 5 p.m., room 4137.
A highly collaborative member of the Sarver Heart Center, Dr. Ruiz studies cardiovascular behavioral medicine and conducts extensive research into racial disparities in preventable diseases.