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Triple therapy fights type 2 diabetes without weight gain

Triple therapy fights type 2 diabetes without weight gain

DALLAS - June 26, 2004 - Type 2 diabetics who take two drugs in combination with insulin can effectively regulate their blood-sugar levels without the common side effect of weight gain, according to a new study by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Read More

Shulman wins top graduate school honor

While graduate student Andrew Shulman's research brings in praise from the scientific community, his abilities bring out superlatives from some of UT Southwestern's top investigators. Read More

Schmalstieg wins Ho Din, highest award

Dr. William "Will" Schmalstieg, winner of Southwestern Medical Foundation's Ho Din Award - the highest honor given a graduating medical student - developed a relentless passion for knowledge at an early age. Read More

Schermerhorn Award honors three

Three Southwestern Allied Health Sciences School students - Lori Daniels of rehabilitation counseling, Melissa Prasatik of physician assistant studies and Jonathan Stoddard of physical therapy - received the Schermerhorn Scholarship Award for their aca Read More

Resident's project wins recognition

A medical resident's casual observation of a link between recurrent urinary tract infections and acute coronary syndromes led him to study a series of cases and resulted in a novel finding: Patients with heart problems are three times more likely to ha Read More

Newsmakers - June/July

Dr. Ronald A. Butow, professor of molecular biology, was recently elected to fellowship in the American Academy of Microbiology. Read More

Gene regulator starts immune response

Researchers at UT Southwestern have identified several new components that help activate the immune system's T cells, findings that could lead to novel drug targets for treating leukemia and lymphomas. Read More