2015 Article Archive
Affiliation between UTSW and Dallas-area ACO forms largest clinically integrated network in North Texas
UT Southwestern Clinically Affiliated Physicians and Genesis Accountable Physician Network aim to improve patient care and reduce costs through unique affiliation of community and faculty physicians
A team of scientists at the Children’s Research Institute at UT Southwestern (CRI) has become the first to use a tissue-clearing technique to localize a rare stem cell population.
UT Southwestern physiologists trying to understand the genetic code have found a previously unknown code that helps explain which protein should be created to form a particular type of cell.
UT Southwestern Medical Center surgeons are helping to pioneer a trend that extends the advantages and benefits of minimally invasive surgery to patients who need middle ear surgery.
Cancer researchers first in Texas to use new prostate rectal spacer to minimize side effects of SABR radiation treatments
UT Southwestern Medical Center cancer researchers are investigating whether an injectable, biodegradable gel can reduce potential side effects from extreme high-dose radiation treatments for prostate cancer.
UT Southwestern Medical Center has joined an international clinical trial studying whether a drug traditionally used to treat gout can help prevent kidney damage in patients with Type 1 diabetes.
Dr. Perry Bickel, Chief of Endocrinology in the Department of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern, has been named holder of the Daniel W. Foster, M.D. Distinguished Chair in Internal Medicine.
More intensive management of high blood pressure, below a commonly recommended blood pressure target, significantly reduces rates of cardiovascular disease, and lowers risk of death in a group of adults 50 years and older with high blood pressure.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has awarded two researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center more than $11 million to support their exceptional research programs.
Exercise training for patients with pulmonary hypertension was shown to be safe and to improve quality of life, according to an analysis by UT Southwestern Medical Center cardiologists of studies involving more than 400 participants.