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Welcome to the web portal for Health Sciences Administration (HSA). We will continue to update the site with information on HSA units, services, initiatives and events.

David M. Anderson, DVM
Executive Director



ADAI Co-hosts Heroin & Opioid Overdose Prevention Summit

Date: Feb. 10, 2015 Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Location: UW Husky Union Building (HUB)

The UW Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute and the US Attorney for Western Washington are co-sponsoring a conference on Feb 10, 2015 about heroin & prescription opioid overdose prevention. Keynote speaker will be Michael Botticelli, director of the […]

Last Day to Give to UW Combined Fund Drive

To date, we have raised $2,027,644! Amazing! There is still time to make a donation to your favorite nonprofits! Whether it’s battling hunger, delivering medicine, protecting the environment, or supporting UW programs, UW gives back. It’s part of our culture.

Donate to the University of Washington Combined Fund Drive. Because when you give, lives […]

UWCFD: Westside Baby Charity Spotlight & Donor Contests

Last Week to Give Donor Contests:

Everyone who is currently giving or makes a pledge today will be entered into the UWCFD drawing for a night stay at the Westin Seattle! The state CFD is also holding donor contests on Thursday & Friday of next week! On Thursday, everyone who is giving will be […]

UWCFD Last Week to Give: ArtsFund Spotlight

The UW Combined Fund Drive campaign has been extended a week! December 1 – 5 is the Last Week to Give. Whether it’s battling hunger, delivering medicine, protecting the environment, or supporting UW programs, UW gives back. It’s part of our culture. As of today, the UW community has pledged $1,885,617. Help us reach […]

Groundbreaking New Ebola Research from the University of Washington’s Dr. Michael Katze

King 5 speaks with Dr. Michael G. Katze of the University of Washington’s Department of Microbiology and the Washington National Primate Research Center (WaNPRC). Dr. Katze explains groundbreaking new research that shows that genetics could play a big role in surviving Ebola.

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Last Chance for Free Seasonal Flu Shot on Campus

There’s still time to get a flu shot! The last drop-in flu shot clinics of the season will be held in conjunction with two of our Benefits Fairs this week. All UW faculty, staff, and their dependents with Public Employee Benefits Board (PEBB) medical plan coverage are eligible to participate. No appointment is necessary.

If […]

A Message from UW HR: Marijuana in the UW Workplace

This message is being sent to all Faculty and Staff with approval from the Offices of the Vice President for Human Resources and the Vice Provost for Academic Personnel.

Dear UW employees,

As most of you undoubtedly know, effective December 6, 2012, State Initiative 502 (I-502) legalized the possession of a small quantity […]

<p>Fall Events from The Whole U</p>

The Whole U has many enriching events planned for this fall:

• First, warm up with samples of Autumn Chicken Sausage Stew at The Whole U Cooking Demo on October 30.

• Then make your Halloween special by doing the Thriller dance on your lunch break.

• And […]

Dr. Michael G. Katze Answers Viewers Ebola Questions on Q13

Microbiologist Dr. Michael G. Katze of the University of Washington and the Washington National Primate Research Center answers viewers’ questions about Ebola on Q13 Fox News.

Click here to view the video on the Q13 Fox Website

Click here to learn more about the Katze Lab

Senator Murray Praises Katze lab research

Senator Patty Murray praises the Katze laboratory on their research to find an ebola vaccince.

Dr. Michael G. Katze is a University of Washington microbiology professor, and is the Associate Director and Core Staff Scientist at the Washington National Primate Research Center. Dr. Katze has been studying the Ebola virus for nearly 15 years. […]