Kamakki Banks, a fourth-year medical student dedicated to erasing ethnic disparities in hypertension and heart disease, received the 2005 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Award for community service during a January ceremony. Read More
After completing a postdoctoral research fellowship in molecular cardiology at UT Southwestern, Pradeep P.A. Mammen, M.D., was appointed assistant professor of internal medicine in the division of cardiology. Read More
Michael Miner, M.D., Ph.D., recently joined the faculty as professor of neurological surgery. Read More
Dr. Qinghua Liu, assistant professor of biochemistry, has received a 2005 Damon Runyon Scholar Award, given annually to five young cancer scientists in the early part of their independent research careers. Read More
Fourteen students were recognized in association with UT Southwestern's 43rd Annual Medical Student Research Forum in January. Read More
About 200 women attending UT Southwestern's 2005 Annual Women's Symposium learned how to recognize signs of depression, how to help someone caring for a sick relative and how emergency departments serve the community. Read More
Former UT Southwestern professor of surgery and chief executive officer for then Zale Lipshy University Hospital from 1987 to 1991, Dr. Ronald 'Skip' Garvey, has received the University of Buffalo School of Medicine distinguished alumnus award for outs Read More
Dr. Joseph M. Forbess, who recently joined UT Southwestern as chairman of the pediatric cardiothoracic surgery division, has been appointed first holder of the Pogue Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Research. Read More
Dr. Ronald Haller, professor of neurology and internal medicine, has been named holder of the Mary Quincy Parsons and Kelsey Louise Wright Professorship in Mitochondrial Disease Research. Read More
Dr. Gary Lemack has been appointed holder of the Rose Mary Haggar Professorship in Urology. Read More
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