Parents’ behavior, more so than type of school or neighborhood, influence whether children become bullies, say researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center and Children’s Medical Center Dallas. Read More
UT Southwestern researchers have identified a new molecule in the Toll-like receptor (TLR) signaling pathway that dampens inflammation, an advance that could lead to new treatments for autoimmune conditions. Read More
Dr. Julie Pfeiffer and Dr. Neal Alto, both Assistant Professors of Microbiology, were selected as 2012 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease. Read More
Study pinpoints ‘sweet spot’ for number of CPR chest compressions Read More
One of UTSW’s first lung transplant recipients outlives expectations Read More
Chuck Null gingerly took bites of his favorite meal of steak and potatoes, anticipating the shooting stomach pains that once doubled him over. Read More
What if an oncologist could inject small particles into a patient that quickly sought out cancer tumors, and just as quickly started a chain reaction in which tumor cells entered a death spiral? Read More
Linda Flores is a familiar face at the finish line of community marathons, where she helps overheated runners cool off with ice packs and water bottles. Read More
Dr. Tawanda Gumbo, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, is helping to lead the global initiative against tuberculosis through a new appointment in the World Health Organization’s Stop TB Partnership. Read More
Three recently UT Southwestern faculty members have won prominent awards from foundations dedicated to funding innovative research by promising early-career investigators. Read More
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