Helping Your Doctor Overcome Medical Bias of Minority Patients


Very few physicians or patients enter an exam or hospital room with the intent of racially alienating the other person in the room, but research demonstrates that minority populations, particularly African American and Hispanic patients, receive unequal care compared to white patients.

Churko Joins UA to Direct Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSC) Core


The University of Arizona iPSC Core is a collaborative effort of BIO5 Institute, UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science, UA Sarver Heart Center.

UA Sarver Heart Center and Banner – University Medical Center Welcome Cardiologist Dr. Joel B. Holland


Nationally recognized cardiologist, Dr. Joel Holland, joins the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson faculty after a long career at Cleveland Clinic Foundation.

Avery Therapeutics Selected for Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program


The Tucson startup company conducted its basic science research in a University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center Lab.

Mechanical Devices as Small as Cell Phones Buy Quality Time for Patients with Advanced Heart Disease


When it comes to mechanical heart devices, downsizing has been a good thing. Advances in ventricular assist devices (VADs – heart pumps that support part of the heart muscle) are giving a growing number of patients new options for living well with advanced heart failure. Implantable monitoring devices also improve quality-of-life for advanced heart disease patient care.

Small, Implantable Device Gives Heart Failure Patient Lifesaving Data


A small, implantable pressure sensor is giving an Arizona woman control and confidence to manage her heart condition.

Hospital patients less likely to survive "off-hours" cardiac arrest


Cardiac arrest survival is less likely in middle of the night or on weekends.

UA Sarver Heart Center and The Heart Series Present: ‘Tools You Can Use to Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke’ - Jan. 13 in Oro Valley


Join UA Sarver Heart Center faculty member Charles Katzenberg, MD, who will discuss specific actions to prevent heart disease and stroke during this free community lecture.