In The News: UNLV School of Medicine
Scientists and public health officials are constantly on the lookout for new strains of COVID-19.
Two Las Vegas COVID-19 patients said that bizarre symptoms have lingered for months, even though they no longer test positive.
Guys, do you find yourself getting a little testy lately? Maybe with your colleagues at work? Perhaps while ordering take-out from someone who just can’t seem to understand that you don’t want onions on your salad?
There's an excellent reason why you've never seen someone suffering the ills of smallpox, with hard, scabbing pustules forming on their body "like peas under the skin." It's the same reason polio, a crippling disease, no longer exists in the U.S.
Across the country, the need for a COVID-19 vaccine is growing. We’re getting closer to doses being cleared for distribution, but they won’t be available for everyone right away. The CDC’s team of advisers voted Tuesday on recommendations for who should get the COVID vaccine first. The emergency meeting comes as states prepare to receive COVID-19 vaccines as early as mid-December if one is authorized. And the decision came down to a 13 to one vote.
Across the country, the need for a COVID-19 vaccine is growing.
The roar of planes flying above the UNLV campus makes Edwin Oh wonder what strains of coronavirus visitors will bring to Las Vegas after they land at nearby McCarran International Airport.
Researchers at UNLV are analyzing wastewater to help understand the course of the pandemic.
With multiple COVID-19 vaccines on the horizon, it looks like months of spread and restrictions may finally have an end in sight.
What most see only as sewage, Daniel Gerrity sees as an opportunity to collect data.
UNLV researchers have begun doing the dirty work necessary to help fight the coronavirus pandemic led by Associate Professor Edwin Oh.
With the eyes of the world focussed on the emerging coronavirus vaccines, it's astonishing to think the foundations of the science date back more than 200 years.