Dr. Charles Y.C. Pak, a world-renowned leader in mineral metabolism research and professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, today received the International Urolithiasis Society's Lifetime Contributions in Stone Disease A Read More
DALLAS - May 5, 2004 - Nobel laureate Dr. Alfred Gilman, chairman of pharmacology at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, has been named by UT Southwestern President Dr. Kern Wildenthal as interim dean of Southwestern Medical School. Read More
DALLAS - March 10, 2003 - UT Southwestern Medical Center has been ranked among the nation's most elite research institutions because its faculty members published a large percentage of highly cited papers in molecular biology and genetics over the last Read More
The Texas Association for Clinical Laboratory Science recently recognized three faculty members in the Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School's Medical Laboratory Sciences Department for their outstanding service to the association and the field. Read More
A researcher at UT Southwestern has helped locate mutations in a gene linked to the progression of colon, brain and other cancers, a finding that eventually could lead to new therapies and diagnostic tests targeting the gene. Read More
Two-dimensional computed tomography colonoscopy, the most commonly used form of "virtual colonoscopy," is dramatically less reliable than previously believed, according to a recent study that included researchers from UT Southwestern.
Dr. J. St Read More
Scientists at UT Southwestern have uncovered a novel role for a cluster of proteins that normally disposes of unwanted proteins in a cell.
Normally a large cluster of proteins called the proteasome recognizes other proteins that have been tagge Read More
UT Southwestern's student-housing complex will nearly double in size by mid-June.
The Southwestern Medical Park Apartments, located at 6401 Maple Avenue, became the first campus housing accommodation in the history of UT Southwestern when it op Read More
Researchers at UT Southwestern have furthered the understanding of a critical signal pathway in regulating organ and system development, a finding that could eventually aid in preventing cancer formation.
The earliest cell divisions of fertiliz Read More
Dr. Kimmo Hatanpaa, assistant professor of pathology at UT Southwestern, was awarded a $60,000 research grant from the Friends of the Alzheimer's Disease Center.
"This is really important for my research," Dr. Hatanpaa said. "I have some very p Read More