Dallas political and community leaders presented a united message recently on the UT Southwestern campus, making it clear to prospective minority students in the medical school’s Class of 2018 that they should consider when weighing their futures i Read More
For more than two decades, Dr. Jane Johnson, Professor of Neuroscience and Pharmacology, has investigated transcriptional regulation in neural development – a process that happens largely in the embryo and later plays a similar role in adult neurogenesi Read More
Awards received by UT Southwestern Medical Center faculty in February 2014. Read More
A dozen UT Southwestern Medical School students were recognized recently for their research at the 52nd annual Medical Student Research Forum. In all, about 100 research abstracts were presented. Read More
UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers are looking for healthy volunteers who wish to participate in a clinical research trial by registering in a clinical research registry database. Read More
Here, grouped by specialty, are the matches achieved by members of the UT Southwestern Medical Center Class of 2014. Read More
Anxiety turns to elation as students learn where they will serve their residencies. 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
Two impressions are inevitable when Dr. Carol Tamminga talks about schizophrenia – the disease is incredibly complex, and she has embraced that complexity. 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
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