UAMS Research News
UAMS physician-scientist, Don Johann, Jr., MD has received a $764,000 contract from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to study a new method for lung cancer screening. The 3-year study will focus on detecting non-small cell lung cancer of the adenocarcinoma subtype. More here.
UAMS research is key to scientific/medical innovation in Arkansas. Our basic and clinician scientists transcribe cutting-edge research findings into new identification, treatment, and prevention methods for cancer, infectious disease, imaging, substance abuse and behavioral problems to name a few.
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