After 40 years, Dr. Jere Mitchell’s deep insight into the role of neural mechanisms that control blood pressure and heart rate during exercise and illness was celebrated where much of his work first flourished: Oxford, England. Read More
Newsmakers — September 2011 Read More
Research Awards — July 2011 Read More
The first Southwestern Medical College classes are held in prefabricated buildings near old Parkland Hospital on Oak Lawn. Read More
This year, 84 college students participated in the 10-week Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program at UT Southwestern. Read More
UT Southwestern recently has been recognized as the Employer of the Year by the Association for Independent Living (AFIL). Read More
UT Southwestern cancer researcher Dr. Ralph DeBerardinis has been named a 2011 Damon Runyon Clinical Investigator by the New York-based Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation. Read More
A backpack bulging with books and school supplies may be a sign of a student who is aiming to make the honor roll, but doctors at UT Southwestern warn it can also cause back strain and even nerve damage. Read More
The recent discovery by UT Southwestern researchers that a hormone with insulin-like characteristics blocks the liver’s production of glucose could one day lead to new drugs to treat type 2 diabetes. Read More
Robert Orchard, a graduate student in microbiology, was one of more than 550 young researchers from 77 countries who were selected to meet one-on-one with some of the world’s most honored scientists at the 61st annual Lindau Meeting of Nobel Laureates, Read More
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