A doctor’s aim to boost the heart care of Asian populations reflects the ambition of a former ambassador to the United States.
Q&A: A pediatric dermatologist sees global warming's effects in his patients: "Everyone is affected, but not equally."
Trained in emergency medicine, a stint at the CDC sparked a doctor's lifelong interest in climate change.
Orphaned in Rwanda, a woman overcame childhood cancer and amputation, and is prepared to return to Africa to offer hope to fellow amputees.
The heart gets all the attention, but the brain plays a big role in creating feelings of attraction and other emotions, a neuroscientists says.
Nephrology fellow Justin Bullock has managed bipolar disorder and depression in part by sharing his story and listening to others.
Dr. Jamie Wright, diagnosed with hydrocephalus as an infant, begins her second year as a UW Medicine neurology resident.
Dr. Nickerson was a leading figure in applying genomic sequencing to advance precision medicine for diverse populations.
Fischer shared the 1992 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with UW School of Medicine colleague Edwin Krebs for discovering a fundamental biological switch in cells.
Polio and COVID-19 both fanned fear and uncertainty, but generated different public sentiment on control efforts.