If Dr. Sandra Schmid played for the Dallas Stars hockey team, her most recent scientific accomplishments would be considered a hat trick, the sports term for a cluster of three outstanding feats. The Chair of Cell Biology at UT Southwestern Medical Center Read More
Genetic screening services for rural and underserved populations will expand from six to 22 counties in North Texas under a $1.5 million grant to UT Southwestern Medical Center from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). Read More
Dr. Vanessa Sperandio is one of 14 winners of the GSK 2014 Discovery Fast Track Challenge, a GlaxoSmithKline-based selection designed to speed the translation of academic research into novel medical therapies. Read More
The food court on the North Campus of UT Southwestern Medical Center buzzes with conversation. But at one table, it’s a conversation with a clear purpose. Read More
Alto, Neal, NIH, Bacterial Regulation of Eukaryotic Signaling Enzymes: Structure and Function, $30,210; Amatruda, James, Children’s Hosp of Phila/NIH, NIH National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN) Grant (U10CA180886), $13,721; Read More
Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, President and Dean of Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) in Atlanta and an influential advocate for health care equity. Read More
Alto, Neal, NIH, Bacterial Regulation of Eukaryotic Signaling Enzymes: Structure and Function, $271,890; Badawy, Mohamed, Medical College of Wisconsin/NIH, Use of Mechanism of Injury for the Identification of Severely Injured Children, $137,316 Read More
Luwan Ghidei, a fourth-year UT Southwestern Medical School student from Dallas, has won the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. SchoLuwan Ghidei, a fourth-year UT Southwestern Medical School student from Dallas, has won the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Read More
When Genaro Hernandez was at San Diego State University and considering where he’d take his education at the next level, he quickly set his sights on a laboratory on the North Campus at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
Paige Scott, a high school senior from Oak Point and the captain of her school’s soccer team, carried an orange-and-black soccer ball onto the stage, where she spoke about receiving a donated tendon after tearing her ACL during a game as a sophomore. Read More
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