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Paramedics attend to a traumatic brain injury victim during a simulated crash at the City of Mesa Public Training Facility. (Photo: Sun Belous/UA College of Medicine - Phoenix)
May 8, 2019
The implementation of a massive, statewide public health initiative, led by UA researchers and involving 21,000 prehospital care patients, has doubled the survival rate of severe traumatic brain injury victims and tripled the survival rate among those who were intubated.
UA junior Abhijay Murugesan is chief of UA Emergency Medical Services. (Photo: David Scott Allen/Honors College)
May 8, 2019
UA junior Abhijay Murugesan was among 62 recently named Truman Scholars. Murugesan is chief of UA Emergency Medical Services and plans to attend medical school after completing his undergraduate degree.
About 4,500 graduates are expected to join in the celebration at Arizona Stadium on Friday. (Photo: John de Dios/UANews)
May 8, 2019
About 4,500 graduates and 40,000 guests are expected to attend Commencement. Dr. Mae C. Jemison, the first woman of color to travel into outer space, will be the keynote speaker.
Deep-space travel will require cutting-edge technologies to ensure astronaut health and performance.
May 7, 2019
Researchers at the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix are partnering with Space Tango, a private aerospace company that designs, builds and operates facilities on the International Space Station, to develop an easy way to test astronauts' health in space.
Students in Matthew Mars' Program Planning and Evaluation course work with a different community partner each semester on a formal formal evaluation project.
May 7, 2019
Students in the UA's Program Planning and Evaluation course worked with the Tucson-based Beads of Courage to help the nonprofit organization develop a self-evaluation.
A conservation agriculture demonstration plot in Zimbabwe. (Photo: CIMMYT/Peter Lowe)
May 6, 2019
New research shows that while conservation farming might work well in industrialized nations, its benefits aren't always transferable to the more rural parts of the world.
From left: UA students Ava Garcia, Rocky Baier, Erin Thomson and Phillip Bramwell (Photo: Michael McKisson)
May 6, 2019
Four students partnered with the Arizona Daily Star to create a two news apps: one for people with physical disabilities and a bilingual mobile website with resources for Latinx families.
Anthony Rusk
May 1, 2019
Anthony Rusk, a double major studying neuroscience and philosophy, politics, economics and law, has been appointed as a student regent to the Arizona Board of Regents.
May 1, 2019
The Bear Down Network will serve as an online gathering place for current UA students, alumni, and UA faculty and staff.

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