Dr. Kim Orth, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, has been appointed holder of the Earl A. Forsythe Chair in Biomedical Science. Read More
Samya Isa’s scientific workspace is usually her home in Plano. But this summer, the 16-year-old did research in a more sophisticated setting – a laboratory at UT Southwestern. Read More
High school and college students are brought in annually to UT Southwestern Medical Center to gain valuable work experience. This summer was no different, with 265 students working in virtually every corner of the campus. Read More
With more than 200 laboratories on campus, thousands of faculty members and students exchanging ideas, and nearly $420 million in research projects underway, the marketplace of ideas thrives at UT Southwestern. Read More
A family of microRNAs previously linked to various types of cancer has been identified by UT Southwestern researchers as a potential target for developing a polycystic kidney disease drug treatment. Read More
Dr. Kim Orth, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, will present the final 2013 installment of the President’s Lecture Series on Oct. 17. Read More
For years, clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease unsuccessfully focused on people with dementia – a stage in the disease now considered by physicians to be too late to represent an ideal time for treatment. Read More
The 13th annual On My Own Time employee and student art show in the South Campus Library runs through September 27. Read More
What do you do if your cell phone, notepad, or other electronic device were stolen? Read More
Iconic American rock band Three Dog Night will perform its top hits from the ‘60s, ‘70s, and beyond, at the annual Legends benefit for St. Paul Medical Foundation and the Heart, Lung, Vascular and Cerebrovascular Programs at UT Southwestern University Read More
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