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Study findings identify witness recognition of the victim as the first in a series of actions that lead to better-than-usual survival.
This is the Center for Dialysis Innovation’s third award in the ongoing international KidneyX competition.
UW Medicine will lead a $21 million national trial of a novel vaccine aimed to reduce the effects of cytomegalovirus in liver transplants.
The device, which draws blood from capillaries in the skin, could someday replace standard blood draws for a variety of tests.
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.
Emergency medical responders' training and use of personal protective equipment is credited for low rate of on-the-job infection.
The University of Washington, Kaiser Permanente, and UC San Diego will jointly lead the next phase of an aging-brain study.
Study findings represented the experiences of 1,004 patients from rural clinics in Arkansas, Michigan and Washington.
Offering directly observed therapy with a video smartphone app did not improve buprenorphine engagement or outcomes, study finds.
“Overall the vaccine is very well tolerated,” said the lead author of the paper published today.