College of Medicine - Phoenix

Research is being rapidly released about the virus that causes COVID-19, antibody detection and possible treatments.
June 1, 2020
The College of Medicine – Phoenix is helping evaluate the quality of the research being released rapidly about the virus that causes COVID-19.
April 20, 2020
AZCOVIDTXT will allow people to report the health and wellness condition in their household on a weekly basis through brief surveys on their mobile phones.
Photo courtesy of College of Medicine – Phoenix
March 30, 2020
The two UArizona medical schools are offering the option in response to a growing need for physicians in the wake of COVID-19. Eligible students could begin work in a clinical setting by mid-month.
Match Day typically draws hundreds of student and families. This year, amid COVID-19 concerns, the traditional ceremony was canceled, and students celebrated virtually or with small groups of family and friends instead. College of Medicine Tucson students Cazandra Zaragoza and Ivan Aispuro (holding T-shirts) celebrated with loved ones at a local park. (Photo: Kris Hanning/University of Arizona Health Sciences)
March 24, 2020
More than 200 students in the College of Medicine - Tucson and College of Medicine - Phoenix learned this week where they will do their residencies.
Health Sciences Innovation Building
March 17, 2020
The University of Arizona improved its ranking by 14 spots and nearly doubled the value of research awards from five years ago.
Feb. 4, 2020
The Colleges of Medicine in Tucson and Phoenix will cover tuition for students who commit to practicing primary care or another critical-access specialty in an underserved Arizona community.
Nov. 22, 2019
With a portion of $8 million in annual funding appropriated by the Arizona Legislature, nearly 100 students could receive free tuition at UArizona's two medical schools.
"We need to better understand important underlying immune mechanisms in the female reproductive tract as we seek to improve women’s health," said graduate student researcher Jameson Gardner.
Oct. 30, 2019
UArizona researchers have discovered a protein function that could improve current therapeutic solutions for millions of women who live with genital herpes.
Jian Gu (Photo: Tabbitha Mosier)
Oct. 21, 2019
Developed by a research team at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, the self-collection device quickly can evaluate radiation exposure and help triage emergency treatment in the event of a nuclear attack or accident.