UVA Health Researchers Uncover Chemo Drug’s Potential to Treat Heart Failure
A tool created by UVA Health researchers is identifying new treatments for heart failure in drugs approved by the FDA for blood cancer.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Antonio Abbate, MD, PhD, Studies the Immune System’s Role in Heart Disease
Antonio Abbate, MD, PhD, researches the role of the body's immune system in the development of heart disease and injury at UVA Health.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Michael E. Williams, MD, Reducing Chemo Harm for Blood Cancer Patients
Michael E. Williams, MD, is a hematology/oncology researcher at UVA Health, exploring ways to reduce chemotherapy use in blood cancer.
Can AI Maximize Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy for Better Patient Outcomes?
Collaborative AI research at UVA Health expands and improves CRT treatment for patients with heart failure or heart rhythm disorders.
Improving Sub-Clinical Seizure Detection for Critically Ill Patients
Optimal cEEG monitoring time may go well beyond the standard 24 hours, UVA Health research reveals.
Using Machine Learning & AI to Improve NICU Outcomes
Detecting serious causes of morbidity and mortality in the NICU, like sepsis or NEC, is improved with AI and machine learning tools.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Jonathan R Lindner, MD, Advanced Heart Imaging & Innovative Therapies
Jonathan R. Lindner, MD, is vice-chief of cardiology research at UVA Health. His lab focuses on advanced imaging and its role in treating heart disease.
The Search for a Less-Toxic Treatment for Aggressive Leukemias
Targeting fusion proteins may provide an improved therapeutic approach for leukemia patients.
Uncovering RNA’s Role in Heart Development & Defects
RNA-binding proteins are linked to heart defects like hypoplastic left heart syndrome. UVA Health Children's is researching RNA-based therapies for potential treatment options.
$100 Million Gift Helps UVA Launch Cutting-Edge Biotech Institute
Get a preview of the immunotherapy and drug delivery innovations that promise to transform healthcare as we know it.