Dr. Charles A. “Mickey” LeMaistre, a former UT Southwestern Medical School Associate Dean and Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs whose pursuit of cancer prevention resulted in one of the most influential papers on lung cancer, died on Jan. 28. He was 92.
Three Professors from UT Southwestern Medical Center have been named to the prestigious Kenneth I. Shine, M.D., Academy of Health Science Education – a University of Texas System organization that honors outstanding health science teachers – while a fourth began her one-year Presidency of the Academy this month after serving as President-Elect in 2016.
Dr. Elizabeth M. McNally, Director of the Center for Genetic Medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, recently served as the 2017 Ida M. Green Distinguished Professorship Honoring Women in Science and Medicine.
The UT Southwestern School of Health Professions met recently to hand out awards, prizes, and recognition.
Praising UT Southwestern Medical Center as the UT System’s focal point for neuroscience, Chancellor William H. McRaven brought together researchers from across the System for a two-day “Leading the Brain Health Revolution” symposium on the UT Southwestern campus in January.
Coronary Heart Disease – often simply called heart disease – is the main form of cardiovascular disease. It is a disorder of the blood vessels of the heart that can lead to heart attack. Heart disease is a lifelong condition – once you get it, you'll always have it.
Federal, non-federal, and industry-sponsored grants awarded to UT Southwestern faculty in December 2016.
Dr. Elizabeth M. McNally, Director of the Center for Genetic Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and holder of the 19th Ida M. Green Distinguished Visiting Professorship, Honoring Women in Science & Medicine, will deliver the lecture named to honor late Mrs. Green
The 2017 commemoration at UT Southwestern Medical Center of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. highlighted the importance of service to the community, diversity in science and medicine, and promoting justice in various aspects of society, including health care.
Speaking to UT Southwestern Medical School students, Dr. Marshall Wolf, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, recently offered advice, counsel, and tips on becoming a better physician.