October 14, 2010
UW Medicine patient Turner Prewitt talks about his “second life” following a heart transplant:
I was given the “gift of life,” a new heart on Aug.
December 10, 2009
Remember the last time you saw your primary-care doctor? Do you also recall whether you walked out of the clinic fully understanding the diagnosis and, if the doctor prescribed medication, how it was supposed to help?
With health care access in the news, it is useful to examine how to get the most value from a doctor’s visit.
May 31, 2007
You know you’ve come to a challenging work environment when, shortly after you arrive, resignations leave you with a skeleton staff of strangers and you have to put yourself on the payroll because no one else knows how.
When Don Wulff was 7 years old, his parents decided he and his two siblings would attend school in town, not the one-room schoolhouse they’d been attending.
Michelle Williams says she created the Multidisciplinary International Research Training (MIRT) Program to “allow minority students to have an international experience, something I didn’t have until I was a graduate student.
Eve Riskin sometimes strolls into the office wearing a pair of cow boots.
You could say teaching is in Crispin Thurlow’s blood.
Mining the expertise at the UW has allowed the Program on the Environment (PoE) to generate as many bachelor’s degrees, about 50 each year, as some departments do, all without having any faculty of its own.
German graduate student Andre Zimmerman moved to Maryland to complete his doctoral research.
For many, David Goldstein is a natural choice as recipient of a 2007 Distinguished Teaching Award.Next Page »