While pandemic news drove visits, advances in other areas of medicine and biomedical science also piqued interest.
Dr. Nickerson was a leading figure in applying genomic sequencing to advance precision medicine for diverse populations.
Findings could lead to the development of more effective vaccines and antibody treatments for COVID-19 variants.
Researchers show that study participants can be safely, effectively monitored at home for drugs’ potential arrhythmic effects.
In mouse tests, UW Medicine researchers are studying the technology's ability to create fissures in tumors that would allow therapeutics inside.
Nearly half of the respondents said they considered leaving their healthcare careers behind.
The UW Medicine trial aims to detect whether psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy helps to alleviate depression and burnout.
Overdose death rates with the drug are similar for those under and over 30 – a break from patterns involving heroin and prescribed opioids.
Results reported in JAMA Internal Medicine associate cataract surgery with 30% lower risk of dementia in aging population.
Researchers are still enrolling study participants who have not already received a vaccine booster against SARS-CoV-2.