The annual awards presentation honors 100 RNs working in North Texas.
The UTSW fellows soundly defeated other teams of top-notch cardiology fellows from 32 states to win the national title.
Match Day 2017 fell on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, adding an extra level of festivity to the air, and perhaps even some good luck to the annual residency program matching ceremony.
Emily Pickett was just sitting down at home to a fast-food burger — a quick dinner after a full day at her job as a tax consultant. Then the call came.
Ahamed Idris, M.D., was a young researcher studying cardiac arrest and ventilation in 1986 when he witnessed firsthand the lifesaving capability of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, known as CPR.
Four cancer patients experienced a thrilling ride of a lifetime last year – a ride with a purpose to further research into how zero-gravity conditions in space affect the health of astronauts.
Using novel gene-editing techniques, researchers in UT Southwestern’s Senator Paul D. Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Cooperative Research Center aim to one day find a cure for a devastating muscle disease that weakens the muscles and often leads to premature death.
UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have designed and built a microscope capable of creating high-resolution, 3-D images of living cancer cells in realistic, controllable microenvironments.
Southwestern Health Resources – the clinically integrated health care network formed by UT Southwestern and Texas Health Resources in December 2015 – continued to develop and grow in 2016 with the announcement of its executive leadership and expansion of its affiliated physicians network.
The hundreds of nurses who support UT Southwestern’s hospitals and clinics as front-line providers and stewards of exceptional patient care celebrated a significant milestone last year with the Medical Center’s achievement of Magnet designation, recognized as the gold standard of nursing excellence.