There is the possibility that Dr. Andrew “Drew” Avery was destined to become a surgeon. According to family legend, there’s a great-great-great uncle way back when who successfully removed his brother’s appendix on a kitchen table. Read More
UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Candidates for Degrees Read More
The Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society recently inducted 40 UT Southwestern Medical School students into its membership. Read More
A research team has taken a significant step in cracking the code of an atypical metabolic pathway that allows certain cancerous tumors to thrive, providing a possible roadmap for defeating such cancers. Read More
Now married and graduating from UT Southwestern Medical School, Dr. Rebecca Yarborough chose a different path, yet still puts a number above all others – one, as in the single patient she’s treating at a given time. Read More
After Dr. Andy Yu graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology he got a job working at a health care consulting firm in New York. Read More
Dr. Grace Wilkowski served as co-chair of Project REMEDY, the student organization that connects surplus medical supplies to university-affiliated organizations that use them on international medical mission trips. Read More
Understanding the complexities of disease on a broad scale and putting this knowledge into practice as a pulmonary intensivist is Dr. Komsoukaniants’ long-term goal. Read More
Dr. Michael Wu didn’t grow up with grandparents close by. Maybe that’s why he vividly recalls visiting his late paternal grandmother at age 5 and being confused by her unusual behavior; she suffered from dementia and Parkinson’s disease. Read More
Dr. Mary Beth Westerman has been competing all her life, and her willingness to challenge herself helped her to claim the 2014 John D. McConnell Award for Excellence in Urology. Read More
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