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  • Growth of Academic IM

    AWCIM directors Andrew Weil, MD, and Victoria Maizes, MD, share perspectives on the challenges and growth of the Center.

  • Sleep and Dreams

    AWCIM faculty Rubin Naiman on connections between body and mind (or not) while dreaming in this issue of Aeon.

  • Recovering from COVID-19

    AWCIM faculty author a paper on how IM modalities can support healing and cope with trauma after the virus.

  • Stamets Scholarship

    Building Bridges with Indigenous Communities: Stamets Gift Funds New Scholarship for Fellowship in Integrative Medicine

  • Battling Burnout

    AWCIM faculty published in Family Medicine on the impact (and mitigation) of burnout in medical residency.

  • Pain and the Brain

    Fellowship director Ann Marie Chiasson presenting at the UArizona Arthritis Center!

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