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Scientists in lab with Emulate machine

UAMS Acquires Technology that Emulates Human Biologic Responses

UAMS has acquired Emulate Inc.’s Organs-on-Chip technology, which simulates human biology so researchers can better understand how diseases, medicines, chemicals and foods affect human health. The Chip technology can be used for studies on the liver, kidney, lungs and gut, as well as thrombosis and the blood-brain barrier. For example, Emulate’s Liver-Chip can be used…

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These programs were first broadcast the week of September 23, 2019.

Cindy Crone, M.N.Sc., APRN

UAMS, Community Groups Discuss Helping Housing Insecure Pregnant Women

Identifying resources for pregnant women who are housing insecure engaged leaders and community groups Sept. 9 at the Supporting Families in Crisis conference held at the Four Points by Sheraton in Little Rock. Over 200 community leaders, faith leaders, students, educators, researchers, health care workers, mothers impacted by homelessness, and organizations who provide services for…

2018 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Now Available…

The University of Arkansas for Medical Science (UAMS) Police Department is committed to assisting all members of the UAMS community in providing for their own safety and security. The annual security and fire safety compliance report is available on the UAMS website at www.uams.edu/police

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