Graduating students from the UW School of Medicine joined their peers across the U.S. in the annual rite of the National Residency Matching Program.
The 90-day implant releases steroids to reduce inflammation of chronic sinusitis.
Aim is to measure and understand elements that affect human health, incorporating perspectives of epidemiology, demography, statistics, and other disciplines.
Studying dynamic changes in chromatin, which stores a cell’s genetic materials, could help unlock how an organism’s many different cell types originally form.
Clinicians will focus on the players' safety and injury prevention, injury and illness care, and performance improvement.
Budgetary distress too often accompanies medical problems. Public health researchers want to learn how circumstances that drive the need for payday loans could be better remedied.
Improving the trafficking of cellular proteins in brain cells holds possibilities for new treatments and even prevention for Alzheimer's disease, results of a new study suggest.
The ability to build transmembrane proteins opens the way for custom-designing structures that span living cell membranes and perform new tasks.
Recent findings in mice suggest a new approach to test in protecting people with diabetes from their higher risk of advanced blood vessel disease, which sets the stage for early heart attacks and strokes.
Scientists at UW Medicine and Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center will work closely with peers at Takeda Pharmaceutical to develop novel treatments.