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Genomic hype translates, slowly, into hope

Genomic hype translates, slowly, into hope

There has never been a better time for disease diagnosis in genetics,” said Dr. Jason Park, who is also assistant professor in the Department of Pathology and the Eugene McDermott Center for Human Growth and Development at UTSW. Read More

The Q&A: Gary Reed

The Q&A: Gary Reed

This week's subject: Gary Reed is the associate dean for quality, safety and outcomes education at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, as well as headmaster of the Academic Colleges. Read More

UT Southwestern establishing Bioinformatics Department

UT Southwestern establishing Bioinformatics Department

A $25 million gift from Dallas philanthropist Lyda Hill will create a new department of bioinformatics, a field that involves keeping track of and analyzing large data sets that drive biotechnology developments and medical innovations. Read More

Dietary supplement may help treat cocaine dependence

Dietary supplement may help treat cocaine dependence

Cocaine use was significantly reduced with citicoline initially, although treatment effects diminished over time, suggesting the need for augmentation strategies to optimize long-term benefit, the investigators, led by E. Sherwood Brown, MD, PhD. Read More