Message from the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences


Michael D. Dake, MD
COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness and Health Care Facility Requirements

Concerns have been raised recently among University of Arizona Health Sciences faculty about COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and vaccination requirements for health care professionals who work at hospitals and other health care facilities.

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  • Researchers Weaponizing Copper as Potential Antibiotic

    Researchers identified a compound that acts as a Trojan horse for copper, effectively killing pathogens that cause some upper respiratory infections.
  • First Responders at Higher Risk of COVID-19 Infection

    AZ HEROES study finds first responders have higher incidence of COVID-19 infection, supporting need for increased vaccination and mitigation measures.
  • Study Aims to Train Providers to Remove Bias from Decisions

    Researchers seek to reduce bias and remove barriers to equitable treatment for advanced heart disease through standardized health care protocols.

Researchers Weaponizing Copper as Potential Antibiotic

Researchers identified a compound that acts as a Trojan horse for copper, effectively killing pathogens that cause some upper respiratory infections.

First Responders at Higher Risk of COVID-19 Infection

AZ HEROES study finds first responders have higher incidence of COVID-19 infection, supporting need for increased vaccination and mitigation measures.

Study Aims to Train Providers to Remove Bias from Decisions

Researchers seek to reduce bias and remove barriers to equitable treatment for advanced heart disease through standardized health care protocols.

Researchers Weaponizing Copper as Potential Antibiotic

Researchers identified a compound that acts as a Trojan horse for copper, effectively killing pathogens that cause some upper respiratory infections.

First Responders at Higher Risk of COVID-19 Infection

AZ HEROES study finds first responders have higher incidence of COVID-19 infection, supporting need for increased vaccination and mitigation measures.

Study Aims to Train Providers to Remove Bias from Decisions

Researchers seek to reduce bias and remove barriers to equitable treatment for advanced heart disease through standardized health care protocols.