Dr. Thomas Südhof, director of the C. Vincent Prothro Center for Research in Basic Neuroscience, has been named co-recipient of MetLife Foundation's Award for Medical Research in Alzheimer's Disease in recognition of his contributions to understan Read More
Dr. Marilyn Leitch, professor of surgical oncology and medical director of the Southwestern Center for Breast Care, was one of two recipients nationwide of the American Cancer Society Volunteer Leadership Award. Read More
Increasing leptin, a protein involved in regulating body weight, in laboratory animals transforms fat-storing cells into unique fat-burning cells, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas report. Read More
A feeling of dread swept over 31-year-old Alyce Glazer Levy as her physician conveyed the sobering news: She had multiple sclerosis. Read More
Dr. Masashi Yanagisawa, professor of molecular genetics at UT Southwestern who uncovered a protein that plays a key role in high blood pressure, stroke and heart failure, was one of six leading researchers recently honored by Bristol-Myers Squibb, a Ne Read More
Dr. Melanie McMurry admits having "a thing" for llamas since childhood. Growing up in Colorado, she remembers begging her dad to pull over every time they drove by a house or farm where she spied one of the wooly animals. Read More
DALLAS - Feb. 5, 2004 - A membrane protein, NCX1, that transports sodium and calcium into and out of cells, may determine the frequency as well as strength of the heartbeat, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas report.The fi Read More
DALLAS - Feb. 2, 2004 - Exercise is known to help relieve stress, boost spirits and fight symptoms of depression. But can a regular exercise routine combined with targeted medications actually cure major depressive disorder?UT Southwest Read More
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