Changes in their environment, such as fresh food trucks, walking groups, screenings, and cooking demos, helped Boston residents eat better and get more exercise.
Researchers analyzed data in patients’ electronic health records to find details associated with a higher likelihood of test positivity.
Project partners with African, Asian and Latin American countries to stay ahead of emerging zoonotic disease viruses.
Fred Hutch’s Trevor Bedford, who is on the UW School of Medicine's affiliate faculty in genome sciences, was picked for his vital work in tracking the spread of viruses
The study has started screenings and enrollment in the United States; screening in Africa will begin in June.
Injury-prevention researchers publish a website that highlights three interventions unique to Washington state.
Phase 1 clinical trial at UW Medicine will determine safety, tolerability, and immune response to Gritstone experimental vaccine candidate
A Nature paper today discusses findings from sequencing and data analysis of 53,581 diverse human genomes.
A global report and U.S. brief published in The Lancet show that further climate protections could save millions of lives.
Results suggest a need to routinely test homeless populations, including those who are asymptomatic, in non-clinic settings.