Fifteen students received honors Nov. 10 during the 36th annual Sigma Xi Research Forum/2004 Graduate Student Organization Poster Session awards ceremony. There were 74 entries for the poster session and 68 abstracts for the research forum. Read More
DALLAS - Nov. 4, 2004 - Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have identified a protein that transports the essential nutrient boron into cells, where it is important for cell growth and bone development.The findings are in t Read More
Dr. Alfred Gilman, chairman of pharmacology and interim dean of Southwestern Medical School, was honored recently by the Dallas Historical Society for his contributions to the health and science community. Read More
Dr. Charles Mullins has been named an Ashbel Smith Professor by the UT Board of Regents. Read More
For Martin "Marty" Bernstein, the latest computed tomography (CT) scanner at UT Southwestern - the only one of its kind in the region - means getting the best treatment for his vascular disease and with less discomfort. Read More
Dr. Youxing Jiang, assistant professor of physiology and the W. W. Caruth, Jr. Scholar in Biomedical Research, has been awarded a five-year, $625,000 David and Lucil Read More
A promising experimental compound prevents cholesterol gallstone disease in mice by stimulating the biochemical pathway that controls bile acid secretion by the liver, according to new studies by UT Southwestern researchers. Read More
Dr. Rueyling Lin, assistant professor of molecular biology, has been awarded a five-year, $720,000 Research Scholar Grant from the American Cancer Society. The grant Read More
UT Southwestern researchers received two of the first five grants awarded by the Ted Nash Long Life Foundation, a fund created by a Waco businessman who wanted to support medical research that could increase the length or quality of life. Read More
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