You can catch up with Teresa Salas most any day, right after she finishes her cashier shift in the cafeteria at St. Paul University Hospital. She’ll be there, surrounded by co-workers who call her Mother Teresa, or Sweetie, or Little T. Read More
If Patricia Ellisor has her way, she’ll be known as the employee who never retired. With 35 years of working for the University of Texas System, she’s certainly on her way to achieving that goal. Read More
Susan Cox is known for her intense concentration at the bench as a Medical Technologist in Pathology’s core and special coagulation laboratories, where she turns her laser focus on critical hematology tests that measure a patient’s blood-clotting abil Read More
Even though she has spent her entire life connected to or working at St. Paul University Hospital, Marilynn Bordelon insists that the past 35 years has gone by in the blink of an eye. Read More
The air in the Bryan Williams, M.D. Student Center was thick with anticipation – as medical school students awaited word on their residency placements at this year's Match Day. Read More
UT Southwestern is offering junior faculty a chance to hone their management skills through the new Leadership Emerging in Academic Departments (LEAD) Program. Read More
A list of LEAD Program members, from A to Z. Read More
Dr. Uttam Tambar, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, has been awarded a Sloan Research Fellowship to further his research aimed at synthesizing bioactive substances for cancer or diabetes treatment. Read More
The 2013 Capra Research Symposium drew an audience of about 300 people – including faculty, students, and members of the community, to learn about the diagnosis, treatment, and management of multiple sclerosis. Read More
UTSW nurses have been recognized for excellence in their profession. Read More
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