Dad of three strikes out cancer
After being given the diagnosis of thyroid cancer the same week he and his wife found out they were expecting twins, Scott Burchett desperately searched for treatment options. Every Father’s Day, the Chief Operating Officer for the Frisco RoughRiders is reminded of how his life was saved at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
How PTSD changed the way I care for pregnant women
PTSD can develop from a traumatic pregnancy or birth event like miscarriage, preterm delivery, or pregnancies that involve complex infant care.
UTSW students named DFW Schweitzer Fellows
Seven UT Southwestern Medical School students have been selected Dallas-Fort Worth Albert Schweitzer Fellows for projects addressing digital literacy, smoking cessation, health care navigation, and health care access.
Form drives function in cancer proliferation
The protein responsible for the crawling movements of cells also drives the ability of cancer cells to grow when under stress.
Researchers identify potential therapeutic target for sepsis
Researchers and collaborators made a key discovery regarding cellular processes that block pathways in immune cells that lead to sepsis.
She came into this world weighing less than a pound. Now, Celeste Salgado is celebrating life as a healthy and vibrant 10-year-old. She and several other former preemies recently reunited with their Neonatal Intensive Care Unit heroes at UT Southwestern's William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital.
UTSW ranked top institution globally for published research
For a second consecutive year, UT Southwestern Medical Center is the top institution internationally within the “healthcare” category for publishing high-quality scientific research, according to the recently released Nature Index 2019 Annual Tables.
E-cigarette use climbing among cancer patients
Usage of e-cigarettes, also called “vaping,” has medical experts concerned because of the addictive nicotine and potentially harmful toxins they deliver.
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Obesity alone isn’t a problem
Dr. Philipp Scherer’s research explains the relationship between body fat and Type 2 diabetes and taught him about the surprising nature of fat.
GI leader to know: Dr. Bradley Barth
Bradley Barth, M.D., is clinical director of pediatric gastroenterology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Michael Serber Is a D CEO Financial Executive of the Year
CFO Michael Serber is the man in charge of keeping the institution in the black.
Q & A with Dr. John Warner, EVP for Health System Affairs
Dr. John Warner is the EVP for Health System Affairs at UT Southwestern Medical Center and the past president of the American Heart Association.
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OncLive honors 15 trailblazers with Giants of Cancer Care Program
David H. Johnson, M.D., is a leader in lung cancer research whose work spans clinical investigations in targeted therapies, chemotherapy, radiation, and oncogenic mutations.
How to make coconut milk
For when you just want to make a non-dairy drink by yourself.
Cancer patients vaping in growing numbers
The gradual but steady increase is quite striking. The high prevalence of e-cigarette use among younger cancer patients and survivors is concerning.
How 3D printing brain lesions helps patients understand their illness
Being able to hold a tumor can make a difference, and work at UTSW is allowing patients and physicians to be able to better understand brain lesions through 3D printing.