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Donor-funded Program Fuels Lifesaving Innovations in Patient Care

Patients Are First Innovation Pilots help clinicians pursue bold ideas to improve healthcare services and outcomes for patients.

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Continuing Senator Magnuson’s Efforts to Improve our Nation’s Health

For 30 years, the UW Magnuson Institute has accelerated diabetes and neurosciences research and care

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Redefining What It Means to Live With Memory Loss

The UW Memory Hub builds community and resilience for people with dementia and their families

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Designing a Pandemic-free Future

How researchers at the Institute for Protein Design are using synthetic proteins to transform medicine.

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A Care Team’s Perseverance Saves a Life

A young mother of five battled COVID-19 and won with the help of her dedicated UW Medicine care team.

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On a Path to Progress

Dr. Bessie Young, associate dean of healthcare equity, discusses the importance of the Pathway Programs and equity in healthcare.

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How Telemedicine Can Be a Lifeline for Patients with Diabetes

A donor-supported telemedicine program offered critical mental health care during the pandemic.

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Advancing Research to Treat Pain

The Scan Design Foundation supports innovative pain research at UW Medicine

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Making Medical School Accessible

A conversation with Associate Dean for Admissions Dr. LeeAnna Muzquiz

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A Legacy of Service

John Laughlin, recipient of the 2021 Ragen Volunteer Service Award, on the power — and joy — of giving.

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Part of the Family

Anne Gittinger receives the 2021 Brotman Leadership Award and reflects on what UW and UW Medicine mean to her and her family.

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How RNA Vaccines Can Help Defeat the Next Pandemic

Dr. Deborah Fuller’s gene gun could transform the next generation of COVID-19 vaccines.

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