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
As a ninth-grader, Oscar Contreras participated in a summer science workshop presented by the Science Teacher Access to Resources at Southwestern (STARS) at which teachers at the medical center coach colleagues from area schools on how to make science com Read More
Dr. Takahashi, Chairman of Neuroscience and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, will discuss “Living Clocks: Biology in the Fourth Dimension,” Thursday, Oct. 13, at 4 p.m. in the Tom and Lula Gooch Auditorium. Read More
When the U.S. Navy learned that its fleet of bottlenose dolphins was prone to developing kidney stones, personnel began searching for a national expert to help find the underlying causes. Read More
The largest and most ambitious study of its kind in the Dallas-Fort Worth area – is looking for thousands of men and women to help researchers explore genetic risk factors for heart disease in a variety of ethnic group. Read More
Longtime faculty member and world-renowned mineral metabolism researcher Dr. Charles Y.C. Pak has donated $300,000 to UT Southwestern for research and clinical advancements. Read More
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
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