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February 2021

UC Davis School of Medicine scored a record year of NIH funding

February 23, 2021

In 2020, the UC Davis School of Medicine secured its highest-ever level of National Institutes of Health research funding at more than $181 million.

October 2020

Physical Therapy Month spotlights the role of PTs in helping COVID-19 patients recover

October 22, 2020

Because movement is a key part of the recovery process for patients with COVID-19, the physical therapists on the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation team have been instrumental in helping them heal and return home.

September 2020

Physical rehab services named among the nation’s best

September 28, 2020

Newsweek has named UC Davis Health’s physical rehabilitation services among the nation’s best. The health system’s program ranks fifth among Newsweek’s “Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers” in California, and #1 in Northern California.

Coping with COVID fatigue 2.0: Tips for processing wildfires, smoke, blackouts and more

September 10, 2020

A UC Davis Health psychologist offers help to ease the emotional exhaustion from facing COVID-19, heat waves, blackouts, wildfires and skies glowing red from smoke.

August 2020

UC Davis Health staff sending hearts to cheer each other up during COVID-19 fight

August 20, 2020

Nurses and whole departments at the UC Davis Medical Center are sending brightly-colored scrub hats – and a bit of joy – to each other as they battle the coronavirus.

July 2020

U.S. News names UC Davis Medical Center among the nation’s best

July 28, 2020

U.S. News & World Report's rankings are out. UC Davis Medical Center is again the #1 hospital in Sacramento, and in the Top 10 in California -- distinctions it has earned for many years in a row.

Teen’s heart is still going strong thanks to UC Davis Children’s Hospital

July 16, 2020

UC Davis pediatric cardiothoracic surgeons gave Damian Del Rio a chance at a future.

"COVID fatigue" is hitting hard. Fighting it is hard, too, says UC Davis Health psychologist

July 7, 2020

People go through emotional stages of dealing with disasters. As a community, we’re in the disillusionment stage – people are tired, angry and don’t want to hear cautions about the coronavirus. That stage can last up to a year after the event – except we’re still in the event.

June 2020

Duchenne clinical trial offers promising results using unique therapy

June 9, 2020

UC Davis Health researchers say there is promising news about a potential stem cell-related treatment for people with the progressive genetic disorder known as Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy (DMD).

April 2020

UC Davis Children's Hospital patient families make chalk art memories

April 13, 2020

For parents of sick or injured children, the current sidewalk chalk trend is more than just something to do while staying at home.

Drowning victim gets to swim again thanks to UC Davis PICU

April 8, 2020

Her love of water almost cost Avery her life. But the UC Davis PICU care team got it back.