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2015 Article Archive

Schoggins receives Rita Allen Foundation support

 

Dr. John Schoggins, Assistant Professor of Microbiology, is one of seven biomedical scientists selected nationally for a 2015 Rita Allen Foundation award.

PRC honors Reese, Sarma, who ‘hold great promise for advancing human health through research’

 

The President’s Research Council (PRC) has honored two UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists – Dr. Michael Reese, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, and Dr. Satyam “Tom” Sarma, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine.

Community outreach includes Cowboys’ clinic

 

On July 27, for example, Dr. Hunt Batjer presented the latest information and recommendations on concussions to approximately 500 youth, middle-, and high-school football coaches at the Dallas Cowboys’ annual Coaches Clinic at AT&T Stadium

Green Award honors MSTP student Zhang

 

Growing up in rural China, Yuanyuan “Faith” Zhang admired her cardiologist mother’s clinical commitment and career satisfaction.

New biostatistics students gain on-campus experience

 

The initial cohort of students in a joint Ph.D. program offered through UT Southwestern Medical Center and Southern Methodist University has spent the summer at UT Southwestern engaging in their first research training experience.

Newsmakers - August 2015

 

Newsmakers from the August 2015 edition of Center Times.

Dr. John W. Burnside: Consummate physician, ethicist

 

Dr. John W. Burnside, a longtime faculty member and former Associate Dean at UT Southwestern Medical Center, passed away in San Angelo in May. He was 74.

Class Notes – August 2015

 

Class Notes from the August 2015 edition of Center Times.

Injection that destroys fat cells may offer option to surgery for double chin

 

UT Southwestern Medical Center plastic surgeons have a non-surgical approach to treating “double chins” − the moderate-to-severe fat below the chin using an FDA-approved drug that when injected into tissue destroys fat cells.

Dr. Joseph Hill named editor-in-chief of Circulation

 

Dr. Joseph Hill, Chief of UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Division of Cardiology and Director of the Harry S. Moss Heart Center, has been selected as the upcoming editor-in-chief for the American Heart Association’s principal scientific journal, Circ