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Two new studies led by UT Southwestern scientists outline how individual cells maintain their internal clocks, driven both through heritable and random means.
A new report from cardiologists at UT Southwestern raises the hope that doctors will be able to visually check the jugular venous pressure of heart failure patients remotely, using the camera on a smartphone.
Revised DFW model shows a dramatic spike in DFW hospitalizations related to COVID, predicting a potential 20% surge over the next two weeks.
People with higher HDL cholesterol levels tend to have lower rates of cardiovascular disease.
HHMI Investigator/NAS member Dr. Beth Levine
Director of UT Southwestern Center for Autophagy Research: 1960-2020
Dr. Beth Levine, UT Southwestern Professor of Internal Medicine and Microbiology, Director of the Center for Autophagy Research, and holder of the Charles Cameron Sprague Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Science, died Sunday after a battle with breast cancer.
The molecular changes that lead to Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy (FECD) occur decades before the disease causes blurry vision and other noticeable symptoms in patients.
Recently developed MRI techniques used to more precisely target a small area in the brain linked to Parkinson’s disease.
Dopamine, a chemical that sends messages between different parts of the brain and body, plays a key role in a variety of diseases and behaviors by interacting with receptors on cells.
Shelter-in-place orders to reduce the spread of COVID-19 put unusual strains on people with obesity.
Serotonin, a chemical known for its role in producing feelings of well-being and happiness in the brain, can reduce the ability of some intestinal pathogens to cause deadly infections.