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Life narratives unfold with Harborview writer-in-residence

Patients navigated difficult times by writing and storytelling, guided by author Wendy Call.

UW Medicine researchers receive $12.6 million grant to fund work in stem cells, cardiovascular repair

A group of researchers led by Dr.

UW Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity receives $2.2 million grant

The UW Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity (IMSD) program has received a four-year, $2.

John T. Slattery is chair-elect of Pharmaceutical Sciences section of the American Association for the Advancement of Science


UW names 2010 Magnuson Scholars

Each year six students, one each from the UW health sciences schools, are selected for this award

TRUST recruits and prepares medical students for service in rural and underserved areas

The Targeted Rural-Underserved Track selects and trains UW medical students for high-need specialties and prepares them to

Panel to discuss health care impact of genetic discoveries

The public is invited to a UW panel discussion April 6 on the how genome sciences advances might affect the cost and quality of health care

Airlift Northwest Executive Director Chris Martin is off to a flying start

Chris Martin, the new executive director of Airlift Northwest, didn’t hit the ground running when she came on board in March.

Economist David Cutler will give Nov. 13 Hogness Symposium on Health Care lecture

David Cutler, the Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics at Harvard University Department of Economics, will give the 19th Hogness Symposium on Health Care lecture Friday, Nov.

New medical-legal partnership focuses on families

“The mold in my house is making my child sicker, but my landlord would kick me out if I said anything about it.

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