Federal and Non-Federal Awards have been announced for December 2012. Read More
Here, grouped by specialty, are the matches achieved by members of the UT Southwestern Medical Center Class of 2013. Read More
Dr. Bruce Beutler, winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, spoke Feb. 21 at the latest installment of the President's Lecture Series. Read More
A study examining the neuropsychological status of former National Football League players has found that cognitive deficits and depression are more common among retired players than in the general population. Read More
The new UT Southwestern Clinical Center - Park Cities blends the comfort of a small neighborhood doctor’s office with the expertise of a world-renowned medical institution. Read More
As a trailblazer in improving the system of care for stroke patients, Dr. Mark J. Alberts, UT Southwestern's newest stroke specialist, long has seen the parallels between so-called brain attacks and trauma. Read More
Dr. Eric Olson, Chair of Molecular Biology, and Dr. Kern Wildenthal, retired President of UT Southwestern, are being honored by the International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences - North America Section for their outstanding leadership and contributions Read More
UT Southwestern launched its next-generation patient-care website, a new online look for existing and potential patients, their families, and referring physicians. Read More
Dr. Sandeep Burma, Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology, has received a $1.4 million grant from NASA to conduct research that has the potential to help brain cancer patients who will never set foot in space. Read More
New graduate students can complete almost all their class work at the UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, then move into research their second year. Read More
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