Federal, non-federal, and industry-sponsored awards received by UT Southwestern faculty in Oct. 2016.
Video games and television can be a handy “baby sitter” for parents and caregivers, so it is important to pay attention to how much time your kids are spending glued to a tube
A team of researchers led by cardiologists at UT Southwestern Medical Center has developed a new online tool that enables those ages 40-65 to more accurately know their risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke over the next 10 years.
Awards received by UT Southwestern Medical Center faculty in June 2015.
The field of circadian rhythms is being recognized with a Nobel Prize this year for the discovery of a fruit fly gene controlling the biological clock.
Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Cooperative Research Center aim to one day find a cure for a devastating muscle disease that weakens the muscles and often leads to premature death.
The 2017 commemoration at UT Southwestern Medical Center of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. highlighted the importance of service to the community, diversity in science and medicine, and promoting justice in various aspects of society, including health care.
Carol Tamminga, Chairman of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center, has received the American Psychiatric Association’s top research award for creating a new system of classifying various forms of psychosis based on biological indicators, and contributing to better understanding their neural mechanisms
The Institute is a state-funded initiative to promote innovative research and education, and to accelerate the translation of that research into better diagnosis and care for millions of people who suffer brain injuries each year.
Awards received by UT Southwestern Medical Center faculty in June 2016.