New implanted sensor could reduce heart failure admissions

Cardiologists at WVU Healthcare’s Ruby Memorial Hospital are now only the fourth group of doctors in the nation to implant a new tiny, wireless monitoring sensor to help doctors and patients manage heart failure while eliminating the need for frequent surprise hospital visits. Read More »

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Taura Barr wins WVU Innovation Award

School of Nursing Assistant Professor Taura Barr, PhD, pictured with Graduate Teaching Assistant Noelle Lucke-Wold, is the recipient of WVU's 2014 Early Career Innovator Award. Forging new interdisciplinary and cross-institution research collaborations, Dr. Barr and her team have developed and marketed a diagnostic tool for stroke detection. Read More »

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WVU dental students receive white coats

The students in the WVU School of Dentistry Class of 2016 celebrated their transition from the preclinical to clinical stages of their careers at the School’s 15th Annual Clinic Induction Ceremony at the WVU Health Sciences Center. Read More »

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WVU Farmer's Market occurs every Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The WVU Healthcare Farmer's Market, held every Wednesday on the Health Sciences Center campus, features vendors who sell fresh produce, flowers, seedlings, breads, honey, canned goods, handcrafted items, meats and hot meals. Read More »

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BRAIN research at WVU awarded $1.5 million

In its first wave of funding awards, a new presidential project aimed at revolutionizing our understanding of the human brain has pledged its support to a group of researchers led by WVU faculty working to change the future of brain imaging. Read More »

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