Mathis, an attorney, will start February 20. He replaces Sue Clausen, who is retiring.
After fleeing Nazi Germany as a teenager, Motulsky went on to become an international authority on how heredity influences health and disease.
Myopia, or nearsightedness, manifests in the second, third and fourth grades, when young eyes are growing.
Some nitrogen-fixing microorganisms contain an enzyme for the simultaneous production of ammonia and methane.
Researchers built an algorithm to discern which drugs might best combat patients' individual cases of acute myeloid leukemia.
Dr. Mendez was a standout practitioner, teacher and researcher, said UW's chair of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.
A UW Medicine-developed approach standardizes communications between caregivers, supplying critical details about patients.
Researchers from public health, social work and public policy will examine whether buying and drinking habits change.
The strategy introduces stable components of flu virus to the body to spur universal, and long-lasting DNA-enhanced protection.
Elizabeth Buffalo, professor of physiology and biophysics, looks at the neural dynamics at work in learning and remembering.