A drug shown by UVA studies to be effective against certain immune-system responses shows promise in trials at Washington University in St. Louis.
New developments about injury and infection have emerged from two UVA studies.
Researchers on Grounds go the distance in a global race for a cure.
Fire ants may limit the spread of the Lonestar tick—and the meat allergy it causes—but not without its own dangers.
Boundaries are good, but manipulation can have negative long-term effects on teenagers, according to new research.
Researchers find exercise may help mitigate the effects of a neuromuscular disease as well as macular degeneration.
Researchers looked at how we view male and female leaders in times of crisis.
Certain foods are shown to disrupt natural rhythms that influence eating patterns.
Research suggests personal ideology does not affect how journalists cover news.
Unexpected evidence appears to link two age-related forms of the condition.
Faculty collaborate on COVID-19 testing, treatment and prevention.
Researchers hope to better determine risks for a cause of sudden cardiac death.
UVA study suggests early interactions affect gene expression.
Based on multidisciplinary research, the report emphasizes the importance such a formative stage of life.
In the race for the A-bomb, Jesse Beams, UVA’s resident centrifuge expert, may have promised more than he could deliver.
The reasons, however, might not be entirely economic.
UVA researchers found that women are 73 percent more likely to suffer a serious injury.
Lying creates a cycle of disconnection, study finds.
Researchers say discovery is an example of just how much life remains to be understood.
What does it take to swim like an actual fish?
Researchers point to the gut as a source of information about disease.
Disruptions in politics and economics make compromise more difficult.
With other preventable causes contribute to suffocation deaths, education is a top priority.
Patients who met with mental-health care providers saw better outcomes for viral suppression.