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Rapid tests commonly used at home reliably detect newer variants of SARS-CoV-2, including Delta and Omicron, UW-led study finds.
UW infectious-disease experts talk about their decisions and why there's reason for hope.
These worn devices would enable clinicians to check maternal-fetal health more often, said the study's lead author at UW Medicine.
Project explores whether simple interventions can lower use of medications that increase fall risk in this population.
Andre Berndt is recognized by the 2022 McKnight award for work that “fundamentally changes way neuroscience is conducted.”
Researchers hope to use brain stimulation to create new neuronal cell networks to restore function lost due to stroke.
A new clinic features an eye and a sinus specialist collaborating on minimally invasive repairs for tear-duct obstruction, thyroid eye disease and orbital tumors.
ADA accommodations will be available at the test site for people who are unable to leave their vehicles.
The phone-based technology is "the closest thing to a therapist in patients’ pockets," says its project lead in psychiatry at UW Medicine.
Rapid point-of-care tests could diagnose infected patients before they become severely ill and spread tuberculosis to others.