Message from the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences


Michael D. Dake, MD
Looking Back, Looking Ahead

It has been said, “Tough times never last, but tough people do.”

As we bring the 2020-2021 academic year to a close and make final preparations for graduation, I want to thank the faculty, staff and administrators at our five University of Arizona Health Sciences colleges for their extraordinary toughness this difficult year. 

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Dr. Ken Batai,has documented an increased risk of mortality among Arizona’s Hispanic American and Native American kidney cancer patients.

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A new UArizona Health Sciences program will prepare students to work in the field of gerontology, where demand for specialized professionals is high.

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Examining Disparities in Kidney Cancer Mortality Risk

Dr. Ken Batai,has documented an increased risk of mortality among Arizona’s Hispanic American and Native American kidney cancer patients.

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A new UArizona Health Sciences program will prepare students to work in the field of gerontology, where demand for specialized professionals is high.