• School of Medicine staff performing curbside testing for SARS-CoV-2 in the parking lot of the 1707 Charleston location in 2020..
  • Medical student doing research in the lab of Edwin Oh, Ph.D.
  • Dr. Fraser teaching medical students at the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas.
  • A student looking at a research poster at the Medical Research Society 2nd Annual Student Research Symposium in 2021.

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Nevada Independent
Sep. 26, 2022

Together, the state, UNLV and the City of Las Vegas are working to ensure that no Nevada family has to leave the Silver State for critical life-saving care. Here’s how we are doing it:

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
Sep. 22, 2022

President Joe Biden said the “pandemic is over” and it is catching the attention of many in the local medical community off guard.

Pahrump Valley Times
Sep. 21, 2022

Ariel Ganja, who works at the Chicken Ranch, a legal brothel in Pahrump, said she plans to get vaccinated for monkeypox as soon as possible.

The Good Men Project
Sep. 17, 2022

Pretending it’s a non-issue is harmful to both parties.

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