DALLAS - Jan. 28, 2004 - Dermatologists at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have begun offering a new, localized form of phototherapy that is more effective for several skin diseases than older methods. UVA-1 phototherapy, available at Read More
DALLAS - Jan. 22, 2004 - Until recently, researchers and their assistants spent countless hours poring over seemingly endless volumes of journals and scientific literature for information pertinent to their studies in fields such as cancer, AIDS, pedia Read More
Dr. Xiaodong Wang, professor of biochemistry at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, has been awarded the prestigious National Academy of Sciences Award in Molecular Biology. Read More
DALLAS - Jan. 13, 2004 - Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas are looking for families in which three or more members suffer from age-related macular degeneration to participate in a study designed to determine the genes responsible Read More
Dr. David J. Mangelsdorf has been awarded Germany’s highly respected Heinrich Wieland Prize for his research on lipids. Read More
r. Luis Parada has been awarded this year’s only American Cancer Society basic research professorship, making him one of 20 such designated professors nationwide. Read More
Administering estrogen replacement therapy via a skin patch rather than a pill minimizes a cardiovascular risk factor in postmenopausal women, according to researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Read More
The sale of unregulated and unmonitored contact lenses is a reckless endangerment of the ocular health of the U.S. public, warns the editor-in-chief of the scientific journal, Eye and Contact Lens. Read More
A drug commonly used as an anti-inflammatory medication could also help children with an inherited form of rickets avoid complications from their disease, according to UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas researchers. Read More
A protein responsible for the assembly of cell cilia - the hair-like projections from cells - may cause polycystic kidney disease, the most common genetic cause of kidney failure, according to a new study at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Read More
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