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.
Learn about the sustainability efforts underway at UT Southwestern.
When Valorie Butler found out that there was a problem with her unborn child, UT Southwestern physicians planned in advance and helped her baby develop into a healthy little boy.
Lafaine Grant, MD "IBD - Autoimmune Hepatitis." Rozy Mithani, MD "GERD and pH Testing." Maryln Mayo, MD, and Rozy Mithani, MD "Fellowship Program Meeting."
"Designed to educate those specializing in the care of cancer patients and provide a forum for multimodality interaction that promotes discussion of the most recent clinical research affecting patient care, as well as to bring oncology specialists together to review cases and make recommendations for managing cancer patients." Jonathan Dowell, MD, moderator.
Dhruba Deb "Oncogene Induced Signaling Heterogeneity in a Model of Early Stage Lung Cancer."
John D. Hulleman, PhD "Development of Novel Therapeutic Approaches for Retinal Diseases." David J. Mangelsdorf, PhD, host.
Rohit Sharma, MD "Comprehensive Case Reviews, Divisional Morbidity and Mortality Discussion." John C. Mansour, MD, moderator.
UT Southwestern is about more than its hospitals, clinics, and classrooms. It's about the people–who they are, what they do, and how they contribute to the future of medicine, today.