Second round of funding focuses on technology-driven solutions to relieve burdens of cognitive aging, trauma and addiction.
Using smart speakers, researchers develop first AI system for contactless monitoring of heart rhythms.
With photodynamic light and a special solution, non-muscle-invasive cancer cells turn pink.
Researcher Patricia Areán is working with an app intended to gather data about symptoms; 5,500 people are enrolled so far.
UW Medicine will examine whether changes in biosignals from the Apple Watch can point up early signs of acute respiratory infection.
The Center for Dialysis Innovation earns acclaim for a porous synthetic graft intended to make the blood-cleansing process safer and more reliable.
Hands-on skills such as physical exams are being taught via Zoom to small groups.
An Amazon Echo or Google Home device can use white noise to soothe sleeping babies and detect breathing abnormalities.
In tests of anatomically representative phantoms, virtual reality sped procedures and meant reduced X-ray radiation exposure for patients.
Many women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer have a tumor that is too small to see or feel. A UW Medicine patient describes her experience with a new technology; it involves having a reflector smaller than a grain of rice placed into the