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.
Study subjects reported better job productivity after getting botulinum toxin injected into muscles of their voice box.