Newsroom Article Archive
UT Southwestern surgeons among world’s first to repair aortic arch aneurysm with leading-edge technique
James Isbon was the second patient in the United States and the seventh in the world to have an aneurysm, or bulge, in the aortic arch above his heart repaired in a novel and minimally invasive way.
Dr. Craig A. Peters, Professor of Urology and Chief of Pediatric Urology at UT Southwestern Medical Center, received the John W. Duckett, Jr., MD Pediatric Urology Research Excellence Award, which honors a physician-scientist or researcher for outstanding work in pediatric urology.
A national research trial initiated by UT Southwestern in 2012 is generating the first set of results this year that provides an early glimpse into how such high-tech strategies may change the field of mental health.
Drug-resistant staph infections continue to be deadlier than those that are not resistant and treatable with traditional antibiotics, but treatment costs surprisingly are the same or slightly less, a new national analysis shows.
The heart of the campus was electric with the energy and palpable joy of thousands of staff, faculty, students, and friends commemorating UT Southwestern’s 75th anniversary.
In a New England Journal of Medicine study, the immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab was combined with chemotherapy to determine whether the dual approach was more effective than chemotherapy alone for metastatic nonsquamous non-small cell lung cancer.
Jessica Hitt had a rare recessive genetic condition called N-acetylglutamate synthase deficiency.
Financial strain is the single most important factor in making health care decisions for low-income individuals, who often forgo care in favor of basic needs like food and rent, researchers in UT Southwestern’s Center for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) found.
UTSW investigation provides insight into potential new strategy to target skin diseases like psoriasis
Research at UT Southwestern has shown that targeting metabolism in growing cells holds promise for the treatment of skin diseases like psoriasis that are characterized by skin overgrowth resulting from excess cell division, known as hyperproliferation.
Three grants of almost $4.2 million awarded to UT Southwestern faculty members will support image-based investigations into the metabolic pathways and basic processes of heart disease, prostate cancer, and breast cancer.