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NIH is funding $945 million in research across 41 states to seek solutions to the opioid crisis.
A pangenomic reference will be generated to represent varied human populations in a government-funded, multi-site effort.
The Sports Institute at UW Medicine partners with The Daily Mile Foundation to launch school-based activity program.
‘Embright’ will design and coordinate value-based care models to improve population health throughout the Pacific Northwest
McKinstry to design and construct $60 million ‘leap forward’ for medical education, health sciences research and innovation
Patients on chronic opioid prescriptions who came off opioids were three times more likely to die of an overdose in the years that followed, a study found.
Four sites in Washington state are involved in a new program to provide addiction treatment to high-risk populations.
Both types of surgical treatments are effective, UW Medicine study finds, but ankle replacement appears to have better outcomes overall after two years.
Aim is to develop protocols for patient-specific replicas that help physicians plan their approaches to treatment.
Learning, memory, and movement rely on electrical signals in cells; newly obtained structure of signaling protein at rest helps explains how it works