In trying to decode what turns a normal human cell cancerous, UT Southwestern researchers have learned that chromosomal abnormalities may be among earliest factors that come into play. Read More
Research is under way at UT Southwestern to develop more effective antibody-based drugs that destroy the blood vessels that nourish tumors, killing cancer without harming healthy tissue. Read More
In the News — August 2011 Read More
After 27 years of feeding, entertaining and befriending UT Southwestern physicians and employees, Hans Stettler is retiring from his position as manager of the A.W. Harris Faculty and Alumni Center. Read More
Christopher Honrath, a registered nurse in the Emergency Department at University Hospital, compares his job to serving in the military: It’s exciting, ever-changing and offers the opportunity to help others. Read More
UT Gov. William P. “Bill” Clements Jr., legendary supporter of UT Southwestern and a champion of Texas education, died May 29 at age 94. Read More
Newsmakers — August 2011 Read More
Dr. Biff Palmer, professor of internal medicine, followed a unique training regimen in preparing to climb the tallest mountain on each continent. On weekends he would stuff his backpack with bags of peritoneal dialysis fluid and climb the stairwell of the Read More
With its stunning Himalayan range, Nepal might bring to mind the daring escapades of Indiana Jones. For one UT Southwestern maternal-fetal specialist, however, the scenic yet impoverished country offers an adventure that focuses not on risking lives, but Read More
If you love great art, it doesn’t get any better than a good comic book, says Dr. Robert Reilly, professor of internal medicine and physiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. And if that comic book is medically related, all the better. Read More
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