More than 100 graduating students from the UT Southwestern School of Health Professions took part in the annual Winter Commencement exercises, held Dec. 13 in the Tom and Lula Gooch Auditorium. Read More
Born in New Haven, Connecticut. Dr. Gilman is the son of a Yale University pharmacology professor of the same name. Read More
Malaria is still one of the world’s major infectious disease killers. Transmitted through mosquitoes, it claims nearly 450,000 lives worldwide each year. Read More
The 1 Million 4 Anna Foundation has awarded its largest grant thus far to UT Southwestern Medical Center’s research project targeting Ewing's sarcoma, a malignant bone cancer that affects primarily adolescents and young adults. Read More
HPREP is the Medical Center’s “academically challenging enrichment program that offers minority and underrepresented high-school students a glimpse of education and career opportunities in health care professions. Read More
Dr. Marc Nivet lives one mile from the invisible line that divides Washington, D.C., from Arlington, Virginia, but that short distance makes a world of difference in educational quality for his 11-year-old son. Read More
Michael Braitsch, a student the Doctor of Physical Therapy program, has received the 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship for Community Service Award in recognition of his many volunteering endeavors. Read More
Merridth Simpson, Manager of Diversity & Inclusion in the Office of Diversity & Inclusion and Equal Opportunity, recently was awarded the 2015 DiversityFIRST Award by Texas Diversity Council. Read More
Federal, non-federal, and industry-sponsored grants awarded to UT Southwestern faculty in December 2015. Read More
Dr. Guido Carlo Currarino, a pioneer in the subspecialty of pediatric radiology who taught generations of UT Southwestern Medical Center residents and fellows during a 30-year career as a faculty member, died on Dec. 20, 2015. Read More
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