The School of Medicine held a research retreat to share discoveries and foster collaboration. There’s some exciting stuff coming down the pike.
School of Medicine faculty members were among those recognized as “leaders in their fields [who] are impacting the world in positive ways.”
A new discovery could lead to the first treatment for “dry” age-related macular degeneration. It could also lead to better treatments for the “wet” form.
Nearly 600 people in Virginia are using the app, called PositiveLinks. It offers a potent mix of engagement, social interaction and access to care providers.