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The project for research and educational facilities is designed to strengthen the ASU-Mayo relationship, improve health care for all of Arizona and aid in economic development.
This week, students from Arizona State University traveled to Rochester, Minnesota, to participate in Transform 2014, a conference dedicated to sharing ideas on redesigning the way health and health care is experienced and delivered.
A team of researchers from Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic is showing how a staple of earth science research can be used in biomedical settings to predict the course of disease.
Twenty-four rising high school seniors attended the weeklong Summer Health Institute @ ASU camp put on by the College of Health Solutions and the College of Nursing & Health Innovation.
A new business venture based on technology developed by ASU biomedical engineers has earned support from Arizona's economic development agency and other entrepreneurship backers.
Results of a first-of-its-kind study indicate that long-term sexual partners of HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer patients are not at increased risk for HPV infection.
Energy Zones at select Phoenix locations will offer active nutrition and fitness education to middle school-aged students.
More than 375 ASU students have been accepted to medical schools over the past five years, many at the top schools in the nation.
Together with the Mayo Clinic in Arizona, the College of Nursing & Health Innovation at ASU will host the 2014 Nursing Research Conference, March 7, in Phoenix.
Randolph M. Nesse, one of the world’s preeminent researchers and teachers in the field of evolutionary medicine, joins the ASU faculty this semester.

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