Researchers at UT Southwestern have found that the hundreds of thousands across the country who saw and heard news coverage of the terrorist attack on New York City’s World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, likely did not suffer true post-traumatic stress Read More
Rich Grother, senior administrative assistant in pathology, won Best of Show in the 2011 On My Own Time Art Show. Read More
Dallas philanthropist Nancy Hamon, a renowned champion of education and the arts, died in July at age 92. Read More
Top places in the various categories of the 2011 On My Own Time Art Show. Read More
The Alzheimer’s Disease Center opens. Read More
UT Southwestern, in partnership with MEDCO Construction LLC and architectural firm Perkins+Will, recently received a 2011 TEXO Distinguished Project Award for the construction of the 4th floor of the UT Southwestern Laboratory Research and Support Buildin Read More
Louis A. Beecherl Jr., dedicated public servant and former chairman of the UT System Board of Regents, died in July at age 85. Read More
The five-year, $9 million grant, which was awarded to the UT Southwestern for the fifth consecutive time by the National Institutes of Health’s agency, represents 28 years of continuous NIH funding. Read More
Paramedics who deliver defibrillator shocks within three minutes of arriving at the scene of a cardiac arrest can boost survival in some cases, a new study involving UT Southwestern emergency physicians reveals. Read More
Continuing Education - October 2011 Read More
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