John Frost's recovery from a life-threatening stroke was so swift and complete that it still stuns his daughter, Lisa Seutter. Read More
Two longtime faculty members received top teaching honors at the recent Excellence in Education Awards ceremony, while a third accepted a new award for outstanding work on a geriatric education program. Read More
Dr. Yiu Kee (Y.K.) Ho, Assistant Professor of Molecular Genetics who co-authored more than two dozen studies with Nobel Laureates Drs. Michael S. Brown and Joseph L. Goldstein – died Dec. 5 following a brief illness. Read More
Dr. Nancy Andrews, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Duke University School of Medicine, will speak Feb. 6 at UT Southwestern as the Ida M. Green Distinguished Visiting Professor Honoring Women in Science and Medicine. Read More
The Moncrief Cancer Institute, an affiliate of UT Southwestern, was dedicated Nov. 19 during a ceremony attended by building fund donor W.A. Read More
UT Southwestern researchers are working on an ingestible compound that shields healthy tissue from the harmful side effects of radiation therapy, offering hope for targeted treatments that do not cause collateral damage or secondary cancers. Read More
Cancer researchers at UT Southwestern have identified how a top cancer-causing gene in humans attacks a cell’s natural recycling process and thereby encourages cancer growth to flourish. Read More
The Cornea Society recently bestowed its highest honor, the Castroviejo Medal, on Dr. James McCulley, Chairman of Ophthalmology. Read More
UT Southwestern has received a multimillion-dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health aimed at identifying a biomarker that changes in proportion to the severity of Parkinson's disease. Read More
Dr. Hesham Sadek, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, has won the 2013 Douglas P. Zipes Distinguished Young Scientist Award from the American College of Cardiology. Read More
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