A UW Medicine psychologist will start a five-year study in prayer camps where serious mental illness can be treated harshly.
Temporarily setting aside an intellectual property pact to speed global COVID-19 vaccinations is the right thing to do, two bioethicists write.
The study has started screenings and enrollment in the United States; screening in Africa will begin in June.
An analysis argues that embracing an African-based ethic of solidarity will yield a fairer global response to disease outbreaks.
An ancestral African population reveals clues to the genetic origins of schizophrenia
Study validates brief diagnostic scorecard in nations such as sub-Saharan Africa, Bangladesh, Indonesia.
The finding could inform test interventions to reduce or eradicate certain bacteria that appear to increase women’s HIV susceptibility.
A new grant from the National Institutes of Health will allow researchers led by the University of Washington to determine whether hormonal contraceptives increase women's risk of acquiring HIV.
Providing HIV medication to both members of a HIV-serodiscordant couple substantially reduced the risk of transmission within that couple, according to a
Scientists at the University of Washington and Kenya Medical Research Institute are working to discern whether antibiotics could help prevent thousands of child deaths from diarrheal disease.