Two impressions are inevitable when Dr. Carol Tamminga talks about schizophrenia – the disease is incredibly complex, and she has embraced that complexity. Read More
The Leadership Emerging in Academic Departments (LEAD) program graduated its first cohort of faculty members recently, with top campus leadership on hand, including Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky, President of UT Southwestern Medical Center, and a number of depar Read More
For years, Alzheimer’s disease researchers have focused on amyloid, the protein that builds up in the brain and interferes with brain cell connectivity. Read More
Construction of the hospital is now more than 80 percent complete. Here, Center Times provides a preview of what the new hospital will offer and how all the elements come together to serve patients and their families. Read More
UT Southwestern Medical Center will hold its annual Carolyn P. Horchow Women’s Health Symposium on Tuesday, March 25, featuring presentations on robotic surgery, brain repair, cancer, skin care, and plastic surgery. Read More
Nobel laureate Dr. Thomas C. Südhof returned to campus in March for a celebration and lecture in which he described the pioneering work he did at UTSW that led to him receiving the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Read More
Federal and Non-Federal Awards have been announced for January 2014. Read More
Dr. Jeffrey Kenkel has been selected by Texas Monthly as a 2014 “Super Doc” for the ninth consecutive year. Read More
It is said that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. For Dr. Lee Ponsky, that axiom has been applied with great success to medical supplies and equipment. Read More
With an enhanced understanding of cytoglobin, researchers have uncovered the inner workings of a protein that serves a vital role in muscle regeneration following injury. Read More
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