Her younger sister’s attitude toward cancer in 2012 became an inspiration for a resident pediatrician’s work with teenage patients.
For years Ben Starnes, a UW Medicine vascular surgeon at Harborview Medical Center, wondered what had happened to the stranger whom his father had helped in a moment of need in 1967.
The walls along the hallways of the University of Washington School of Medicine's surgery department are lined with portraits of (mostly) white surgeons.
In New Mobility: Life Beyond Wheels, writer Ian Ruder chronicles the rise to fame of Portugal. The Man and Eric Howk, the band's guitarist.
After fleeing Nazi Germany as a teenager, Motulsky went on to become an international authority on how heredity influences health and disease.
Dr. Mendez was a standout practitioner, teacher and researcher, said UW's chair of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.
Kristel Hallsson, 37, was serving in Afghanistan when the deaths of two comrades made her recast her career path. Now she's a first-year student at UW-Spokane.
In an essay, Mary-Claire King describes the lows and highs of the week of April Fools’ Day in 1981. Her husband announced he was leaving, having fallen in love with a grad student. Then her house was ransacked.