Federal and Non-Federal Awards have been announced for February 2013. Read More
People who are fit during middle age have a lower risk of developing dementias such as Alzheimer's disease after age 65. Read More
For years, the Faculty Senate has worked quietly behind the scenes, playing an important role in many of the issues that directly affect the faculty. Read More
The Biomedical Research Building on North Campus has been recognized for its energy-saving and environment-friendly design. Read More
The second annual “Thinking Big” event, a packed Eugene McDermott Plaza lecture hall featured five of UT Southwestern’s most fascinating thinkers and doers sharing some of their most profound thoughts, experiences, and ideas ... Read More
Experts in public health, emergency medicine, biomedical technology, and infectious disease gathered recently for the second annual conference on adopting technology in a global health setting. Read More
Visitors to Dallas’ new Perot Museum of Nature and Science will find multiple galleries devoted to the scientific universe, including examples of UT Southwestern’s contributions to science and medicine. Read More
The next President's Lecture titled “Never Give Up: the First U.S. Face Transplant” by Dr. Jeffrey Janis will be held at 4 p.m. on April 18 in the Tom and Lula Gooch Auditorium. Read More
Dr. Pérez Fontán, the newly named Chair of Pediatrics at UT Southwestern, is driven to make things happen. Read More
Dr. Michael Devous, Professor of Radiology, was the featured speaker at the Spring Public Forum, presented by the Friends of the Alzheimer’s Disease Center. Read More
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