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From theory to practice: using tools gained from research for improved patient care

From theory to practice: using tools gained from research for improved patient care

 

More and more nurses at UT Southwestern are involved in research to stay on the leading edge of high-quality patient care.

Dr. Bert Vargas leads study on teleconcussion robot

Dr. Bert Vargas leads study on teleconcussion robot

 

Dr. Bert Vargas is lead author of a first-of-its-kind study investigating if a teleconcussion robot can bridge the distance between the playing field and expert care.

MS patient finds inspiration and energy in silk painting

MS patient finds inspiration and energy in silk painting

 

Master Silk Painter Julie Cox-Hamm thought she was going to a typical appointment for her MS, but her new doctor at UT Southwestern gave her a fresh perspective on her art.

Neurology faculty and staff take leadership roles in national neuroscience clinical trials network

Neurology faculty and staff take leadership roles in national neuroscience clinical trials network

 

Neurology faculty and staff take leadership roles in national neuroscience clinical trials network

Meet our newly ABPN-certified epilepsy faculty

Meet our newly ABPN-certified epilepsy faculty

 

Eight members of the UT Southwestern Epilepsy Team earned the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology certification in Epilepsy.

Neurology clinics expanding in size and services

Neurology clinics expanding in size and services

 

Our neurology clinics at Parkland Hospital and in the Aston Outpatient Building are having a growth spurt.

Mother-Daughter team raises thousands for Alzheimer’s research

Mother-Daughter team raises thousands for Alzheimer’s research

 

Working with the Dallas Fraternal Order of Eagles 3108, their Umbrellas for Alzheimer's raised more than $8,000 for the Alzheimer's Disease Center.

Neurology staffers selected for aspiring leaders program

Neurology staffers selected for aspiring leaders program

 

Three Neurology and Neurotherapeutics staff members have been selected to participate in UT Southwestern's Aspiring Leaders Program (ASP).

Widow on a mission to attract minorities to clinical studies

Widow on a mission to attract minorities to clinical studies

 

Phyllis Jefferson is now taking up the battle against Alzheimer’s and other dementias in a new way as part of a UT Southwestern Alzheimer’s Disease Center community advisory committee that reaches out to African-Americans to encourage minorities to participate in studies.

Dr. Roger Rosenberg marks major milestone in field of neurology

Dr. Roger Rosenberg marks major milestone in field of neurology

 

Dr. Roger Rosenberg, Professor of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics and Physiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center, attended his 50th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) in April of this year.