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A Closer Look at Cancer: One Cell at a Time

A Closer Look at Cancer: One Cell at a Time

Jerry Shay, PhD, and Woodring Wright, MD, PhD, developed a powerful new tool in cancer research - a way to test, one trait at a time, which genetic mutations are important for the varied behavior of cancerous cells. Read More

Brown and Goldstein

Brown and Goldstein

Forty years ago, two young UT Southwestern physician/scientists began groundbreaking work that would ultimately lead to lifesaving drugs for heart disease and earn the pair the Nobel Prize. Follow the story from Dallas to Stockholm … and back to UTSW. Read More

Students Explore Aging on Convergence Day

Students Explore Aging on Convergence Day

Every year, in order to develop an understanding and appreciation for the importance of interdisciplinary cooperation and to highlight areas of strength in research and education, UT Southwestern students participate in Convergence. The all-school, year- Read More

Class of 2012 Medical Students Find Their Matches

Class of 2012 Medical Students Find Their Matches

After four years slugging away at a grueling academic regimen, the next phase for UT Southwestern Medical School students happens in a matter of seconds – when they learn on national Match Day where they will serve their residencies. Read More