Researchers have used an innovative computational and systems biology approach to identify a set of 12 genes that may predict which patients with the most common form of lung cancer are most likely to benefit from adjuvant chemotherapy (ACT). Read More
UT Southwestern has been a leader in applying new technology designed to enhance the patient’s experience. This includes being the first health care facility in North Texas to switch to electronic medical records, which began more than a decade ago. Read More
The UT Southwestern Library collection, recognized as the most comprehensive medical collection in Texas, will become the core of a shared resource used by students and faculty throughout the state. Read More
News about UTSW alumni. Read More
Dr. Marilynn Punaro, Professor of Pediatrics, has been named Master of Fashena College at UT Southwestern Medical School. Read More
Tumors don't often form in the sinus cavity, but when they do, Dr. Pete Batra, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, is the go-to person to remove them. Read More
Dr. Jay Horton, a physician-scientist whose research led to the development of a cholesterol-lowering drug now in clinical trials by multiple pharmaceutical companies, has been named Chief of Digestive and Liver Diseases at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
Dr. Kim Orth's presentation, ‘Black Spot, Black Death, Black Pearl,’ will be a gut-wrenching tale of bacterial virulence. Read More
Sheila Jack, who had mild cognitive impairment, found that exercise helped her mental focus. Read More
Undergraduate students learn important lessons about research in SURF program. Read More
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