Dr. Emily Saultz Bowen had two choices for her college sorority community service requirement: nursing home or playground. Most chose playground, so she decided to tackle the less-popular assignment. It was a decision that would change her life. Read More
Having an interest in the functions and processes of the brain along with a strong desire to help people are two great qualities to have as someone who studies radiology. Read More
Students pursuing health professions converged in late March for a half-day educational event aimed at promoting teamwork at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
The Stembridge Award was established by friends and colleagues of Dr. Stembridge, the former Pathology Chair who died in 2000. The $1,500 award is given to the most outstanding graduating medical student whose performance in the sophomore pathology course Read More
Some future physicians develop empathy by watching their elders provide care for people. Dr. Sally Dierschke, on the other hand, may have been first moved toward health care by the attention her father selflessly provided to the livestock on his West Texa Read More
UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences candidates for degrees. Read More
Dr. Peter Roland, the second Chairman of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center and a pioneer in the field of cochlear implants who helped draft the first treatment guidelines for swimmer’s ear Read More
The new realities of medicine demand a different kind of medical education, and UT Southwestern Medical School will debut a revised curriculum in the fall of 2015 designed to better train students to be knowledgeable, confident, and forward-looking physic Read More
Spanning a 50-year career on the faculty at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dr. William F. “Bill” Miller was a proven pioneering professor, practitioner, and researcher in pulmonary care. Read More
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