Ambassador of France to the United States François Delattre recently presented the French Legion of Honor, that nation’s highest distinction, to Nobel Laureate Bruce Beutler, M.D., in a ceremony at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
While on-call at the Air Evac base in Sherman, Texas, Julie Earnest, R.N., may respond to as many as five medical emergencies within a 24-hour period.
There’s no silver bullet against obesity, but researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have identified two molecules that have a golden future in this battle.
Studies aim to develop better screenings for deadliest form of gynecologic cancer.
In this video, Dr. Levine, explains how his research with astronauts, whose physiology is affected by the lack of gravity, has led to research on the circulation of the bed-ridden and elite rowers.
Tracy Cooper received a life-saving heart transplant in 2010. This year, he married the love of his life.
To hear Charles Ginsburg, M.D., tell it, the Disease-Oriented Clinical Scholars Program, or DOCS for short, has paid off for UT Southwestern, as much as it has for the scholars themselves. And now the numbers, as any scientist can appreciate, show it.
Competing against some of the world's best athletes has helped Vipa Bernhardt in research career.
Donald Jones, R.N., splits his time working as the clinical administrative coordinator of emergency services at St. Paul University Hospital and singing with the Dallas Opera Chorus at the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House.
Bruce Beutler, M.D., a star in his own right as UT Southwestern’s newest Nobel Laureate, recently met with eager STARS program students and teachers to share his research, encourage students to pursue science careers, and broaden teachers’ knowledge.