The newly expanded Office of Diversity & Inclusion and Equal Opportunity, headed by Kimel Hodges, Assistant Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion and Equal Opportunity, was formally launched Sept. 30. Read More
Individuals who suffer from gout may qualify for a clinical research study in mineral metabolism at UT Southwestern. Read More
A tragedy that struck close to home for the UT Southwestern community in January was remembered at the Karen Smith Memorial Domestic Violence Forum. Read More
Federal and non-federal awards for August 2013. Read More
Dr. Barbara Haley will receive 2013 Watson Award from Dr. Kenneth I. Shine, UT System Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in the Zale Foundation Lecture Hall, D1.600. Read More
Dr. Ronald W. Estabrook, Professor Emeritus and longtime Chairman of Biochemistry at UT Southwestern Medical Center, who served as the first Dean of UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, died Aug. 5. Read More
“How many people do you know who have changed the lives of millions of people?” asked Will Montgomery, Chairman of the Friends of the Center for Human Nutrition, at the group’s annual meeting. “Scott Grundy is that person.” 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
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
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
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