Overweight and obese children have significantly lower levels of vitamin D than their healthy-weight peers, according to researchers. Read More
A computational model devised by a UTSW team recently beat groups from around the world to place first on one of two questions in the National Cancer Institute-DREAM (NCI-DREAM) Drug Sensitivity Prediction Challenge. Read More
Dr. Jere Mitchell, Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine and Physiology, delivered The Physiological Society’s Paton Prize Lecture at its recent annual meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland. Read More
Drs. Rene Galindo and James Malter spoke at the 51st Annual Medical Student Research Forum, where students were honored for their research. Read More
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the nation. Read More
As a child, Tiana Lightfoot Svendsen was inspired to become an environmentalist by the animated adventures of Captain Planet and the Planeteers. Read More
A team of medical school students recently helped bring in more than $30,000 to fund scholarships and student activities through an annual Phonathon event that reached out to alumni for support. Read More
The 10th anniversary celebration at the Bryan Williams, M.D. Student Center began last summer with the usual events to mark the new academic year. Read More
Dr. Preston Wiles and state Rep. Garnet F. Coleman recently spoke at the ‘Erasing the Stigma: Mental Illness and the Search for Solutions’ symposium. Read More
Federal and Non-Federal Awards have been announced for January 2013. Read More
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