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Lot to be Said for Early Independence

Lot to be Said for Early Independence

A UT Southwestern Medical Center postdoctoral researcher who runs an independent laboratory reports in Cell today that prions help transform winemaking yeast cells from unicellular to multicellular organisms in response to alcohol. Read More

A Day in the Life of the Cell

A Day in the Life of the Cell

We are all familiar with our daily cycles of sleep and wakefulness, but did you know that almost every cell in our bodies contains a 24-hour biological clock known as a “circadian” clock? Read More

Bridging the Digital Health Divide, Across the Globe

Bridging the Digital Health Divide, Across the Globe

The Office of Global Health recently sponsored a special conference on adopting technology in a global health setting, bringing experts in public health, emergency medicine, biomedical technology, and infectious disease to UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More

Big Ideas Shared Here

Big Ideas Shared Here

On February 16, five UT Southwestern Medical Center faculty members will each be given 12 minutes to share some of their most profound thoughts, experiences, and ideas about their individual passions. Read More

TAMEST Honors Hooper and Jiang

TAMEST Honors Hooper and Jiang

Two UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers are among four scientists from across Texas chosen for the 2013 Edith and Peter O’Donnell Award by the Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST). Read More