Newsmakers — August 2011 Read More
Dr. Biff Palmer, professor of internal medicine, followed a unique training regimen in preparing to climb the tallest mountain on each continent. On weekends he would stuff his backpack with bags of peritoneal dialysis fluid and climb the stairwell of the Read More
With its stunning Himalayan range, Nepal might bring to mind the daring escapades of Indiana Jones. For one UT Southwestern maternal-fetal specialist, however, the scenic yet impoverished country offers an adventure that focuses not on risking lives, but Read More
If you love great art, it doesn’t get any better than a good comic book, says Dr. Robert Reilly, professor of internal medicine and physiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. And if that comic book is medically related, all the better. Read More
Dr. Jinming Gao, professor of pharmacology in the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, recently received the Distinguished Scientist Award and Best Paper Award for 2010 from the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. The awards are based Read More
Witnessing the mixed success of chemotherapy treatment in breast-cancer patients led Dr. Stina Singel, a postdoctoral trainee in UT Southwestern’s Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, to give up a medical oncology practice and head back to the Read More
Class Notes — August 2011 Read More
UT System Chancellor, a UT Southwestern alumnus, speaks to medical school; former dean talks to grad school Read More
Nora E. Renthal, a student in the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP), lead author on multiple studies and a mentor to teenagers and UT Southwestern students, has won the 25th annual Ida M. Green Award. Read More
United to Serve, June 2011, Center Times Online, T.J. Rusk Middle School, UT Southwestern Medical Center Read More
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