The UT Southwestern Transplant Services Center helps restore sight to individuals in our community on a daily basis.
Study shows it may one day be possible to regenerate neurons to treat traumatic brain injuries or disorders such as Alzheimer's.
Newly identified cell signaling suppressor may promote cancer, certain genetic diseases, UT Southwestern study finds
Defective growth of the hair-like cell signaling and sensory organelle primary cilium has been linked to a number of genetic diseases.
The Outstanding Teaching Awards, the highest honor granted by the University of Texas System Board of Regents, were created in 2008 to recognize and reward faculty members who serve students in an exemplary manner.
Protein mix holds promise for new treatments for blood vessel disorders.
Members of the UT Southwestern Medical School took the final steps of their education on May 31 when they walked across the stage at commencement exercises held in the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House.
David Mangelsdorf, Ph.D., spreads advice with the Class of 2013 that has stayed with him through the years.
More than 1,000 people descended on T.J. Rusk Middle School recently to participate in the Ninth Annual United to Serve.
A biomarker linked to heart problems in high-risk patients could increase the possibility of premature death in low-risk populations, and is especially high in African-Americans, a team of UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers has found.
Targeting these two genes for treatment offers the potential to make the most aggressive breast cancer among women more susceptible to new therapeutic compounds.