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Chris Barrett, a leader in developing methods and collaborations to achieve understanding of highly complex systems is coming to UVA.
In the wake of the mass murder at a Florida high school, some suggest training and arming teachers with firearms will deter attacks. UVA associate professor Patricia Jennings, an expert in teacher stress, shares her views.
The death penalty in the United States is on the decline. A UVA law professor’s new book explains why.
Developing therapies to strengthen the immune system against cancer and other deadly diseases is a growing strength at UVA. Chemist Ken Hsu is part of the effort.
Dr. Andrew Wolf led the way for the American Cancer Society’s groundbreaking recommendation that colorectal cancer screenings begin at age 45 instead of 50.
In 1998, researchers at UVA began following a regular sample of Charlottesville middle schoolers to see how they handled stress. Now fully grown, those who regularly mishandled scabrous situations may be aging prematurely.
Research funding growth is trending upward as UVA invests in its enterprise.