Four UT Southwestern Medical Center nurses have been selected to the 2014 Dallas/Fort Worth Great 100 list. Read More
Dr. Leonard Lincoln Madison, Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine who was renowned for his clinical prowess and dedication to teaching new generations of physicians, died March 27 in Florida. He was 94. Read More
Soon after UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Office of Global Health was established in 2010, its leadership stated the intention to win the International Emory Global Health Case Competition within five years – a feat accomplished in under four, and b Read More
First-year students from the three schools at UT Southwestern Medical Center gathered recently for Convergence Day, a science-of-medicine event that focused this year on autoinflammatory diseases, and our innate immunities to those diseases. Read More
Dr. Patricia L. Turner, Director of the Division of Member Services at the American College of Surgeons, says medicine needs to embrace the emerging norm of the corporate workplace. Read More
He graduated medical school, served his country, raised a family, and had a successful private practice. Until recently, what Dr. John Bennett lacked was an undergraduate degree. Read More
Dr. Amit Khera, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine who leads the Preventive Cardiology Program, has been named holder of the Dallas Heart Ball Chair in Hypertension and Heart Disease. Read More
UT Southwestern Medical Center neuroscientists Dr. Ryan Hibbs and Dr. Todd Roberts are among the 12 recipients selected for 2014 Klingenstein-Simons Fellowship Awards in the Neurosciences. Read More
Dr. Vijita Patel's ability in the classroom, in clinical settings, and in the laboratory helped her being named recipient of the 2014 Karen J. Kowalske Outstanding Medical Student in PM&R Award. Read More
Internal Medicine Board President to address Medical School; Developmental Biology Chair to talk at Graduate School ceremony Read More
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