UW 360 Season 7: Episode 2

May 5, 2017

UW 360, hosted by Carolyn Douglas, is an Emmy-award winning news magazine show that features stories about the University of Washington.

In this episode:
– From the UW classroom to the Yakima city council chambers, meet the young woman who returned home to make a difference in her community
– What would you do if someone near you had a heart attack and needed CPR? We’ll show you the new app that could help save a life
– The story behind the HPV vaccine and the UW researchers who helped with its development
– Meet the Northwest logger who though he might never see again and now credits UW eye specialists with saving his eyesight
– The UW star who came back to campus to help her coach and a new generation of softball players win a championship

Dulce Gutiérrez, Yakima city council member, alumnus, UW
Raquel Gutiérrez, mother of Dulce Gutiérrez
Steve DeMont, cardiac patient
Michael Sayre, MD, medical director, Seattle Medic One, professor, Emergency Medicine, UW
Laura Koutsky, PhD, MSPH, professor, Departrment of Epidemiology, UW
Rachel Winer, PhD, MPH, associate professor, Epidemiology, UW
David Dahlberg, patient, UW Medicine Eye Institute
Russ Van Gelder, MD, PhD, professor and chair Department of Ophthalmology, UW Medicine Eye Institute
Kasra Rezaei, MD, assistant professor, Department of Ophthalmology, UW Medicine Eye Institute
Courtney Francis, MD, assistant professor, Department of Ophthalmology, UW Medicine Eye Institute
Heather Tarr, head coach, softball, UW
Jenn Salling, graduate assistant manager, softball, UW

05/21/17

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