Our world-renowned researchers and health care providers are working together to improve the human condition here and around the globe.
The UW is a major contributor in compiling a comprehensive listing of all the working parts of the human genome. UW genome scientist Dr. John A. Stamatoyannopolous (left) led several major Project ENCODE related studies. Learn More
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The UW is an acknowledged leader in medical research, from understanding how the human body works to developing effective treatments and cures.
Health at Home & Around the Globe
From Medicine, Nursing and Public Health, to Pharmacy, Dentistry and Social Work, we are making a difference in people’s health and lives here and around the globe.
Society & the Human Condition
Through education, research and service, the UW is committed to solving human problems, enhancing quality of life and promoting a more humane society.
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Who We Are
- Hepatitis B Vaccine
- Long-Term Kidney Dialysis
- Bone Marrow Transplantation
- Therapeutic Ultrasound
- New Treatments for Autism
- Smallpox Eradication
- Medic One Emergency Services
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