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Airlift Northwest celebrates 40 years of saving lives

See how Airlift Northwest, UW Medicine’s donor-supported emergency air medical transport service, is expanding its access across our region.

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A First Look at UW School of Medicine’s New Anatomy Lab

How a 21st-century anatomy lab — and willed body donations — will prepare medical students to care for our region.

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A Chance to Pursue His Passions

From healing patients to publishing stories, Devin Gaskins dreams big. Here’s how scholarships are helping him succeed.

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Expanding the Circle of Support

How scholarships and chosen family helped Athena Clemens journey from foster care to medical school.

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New Library Supports Next-Generation Health Sciences Education

How the Li Lu Library will help train future healthcare providers in integrated care.

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From Brain Tumor to Peak Condition

One family’s search for the best neurological care accelerates breakthroughs at the Neurosciences Institute

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How a healthy heart feels

With a new heart, Melony Newman is finding ways to inspire and support other women with heart disease.

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DREAM team engineers the future of biotech

In Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, cell regeneration and protein design research are converging to end disease.

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Cataract surgery linked with lower risk of dementia

Dr. Cecilia Lee, of the Karalis Johnson Retina Center, led the longitudinal study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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Program helps UW athletes find fulfilling careers

Donor-funded fellowship at The Sports Institute helps undergraduate athletes explore career options.

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First-year Medical Student Helps Save a Life In-flight

UW School of Medicine curriculum changes give students hands-on experience much earlier, working directly with patients.

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Prioritizing Native Health

The Indian Health Pathway at the UW School of Medicine trains physicians to provide culturally humble care for Indigenous people.

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