DALLAS - Feb. 26, 2004 - Pediatric researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have received a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish a pharmacology research center at Children's Medical Center Dallas to study Read More
Dr. David Euhus, associate professor of surgical oncology, has been named holder of the Marilyn R. Corrigan Distinguished Chair in Breast Cancer Surgery. Read More
DALLAS - Feb. 24, 2004 - Physicians may not need to prescribe antibiotics when treating a common skin infection in children, according to researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.The findings, which appear in the February issue Read More
During their fourth year of medical school, Dan and Kimberly Barclay Martin are saving "a fortune." Read More
DALLAS - Feb. 20, 2004 - Scientists have spent the past 50 years taking apart biological systems piece by piece. Now the future of biological research depends on putting them back together, says Nobel Laureate Dr. Alfred Gilman. Read More
DALLAS - Feb. 23, 2004 - A specific outer-surface protein found in the bacterium that causes tick-borne Lyme disease is essential to survival of the bacterium in its natural life cycle and colonization in the insect, researchers at UT Southwestern Medi Read More
DALLAS - Feb. 20, 2004 - A major grant from the Cecil and Ida Green Foundation, representing the final distribution of the foundation's assets by its trustees, has been combined with a specific bequest from the late Mr. Green through his Trust to provi Read More
Doctors at UT Southwestern are successfully using radio waves to block the site that provokes the irregular heart rhythms associated with atrial fibrillation, until now considered a chronic, incurable condition. Read More
Bristol-Meyers Squibb lauds Yanagisawa's work Read More
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