2015 Article Archive
CPRIT awards faculty $19.6 million for research in cervical, breast, lung, colon, kidney, and pediatric cancers, and cancer biology
The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas has awarded UTSW researchers more than $19.6 million in grants to improve preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic services relating to different cancers, and to improve understanding of cancer biology.
UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have shown that a pathogen-sensing molecule plays a vital role in keeping gastrointestinal (GI) systems healthy.
The designation recognizes accredited hospitals that achieve a 95 percent or above on numerous safety and quality accountability measures.
Scientists at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern (CRI) have determined how the body responds during times of emergency when it needs more blood cells.
UT Southwestern Medical Center has received two major patient satisfaction awards from Press Ganey, a national consulting firm specializing in health care performance.
Digital connectivity and clinical excellence place UTSW on list of nation’s “Most Connected Hospitals”
UT Southwestern Medical Center has been ranked one of the “Most Connected Hospitals” for 2015-2016 by U.S. News & World Report based on its commitment to the use of digital technology in health care.
Thanks to UT Southwestern Accountable Care Network, some 68,000 members of the Dallas/Fort Worth community are receiving much-needed access to quality health care, including flu shots, screenings, education, and more through a series of 22 health fairs a
UT Southwestern Medical Center geneticist Dr. Helen H. Hobbs is the 2016 recipient of the prestigious Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences.
White coat hypertension and masked hypertension associated with higher rates of heart and vascular disease
Patients whose blood pressures spikes in the doctor’s office but not at home, and patients whose blood pressure spikes at home but not in the doctor’s office, suffer more heart attacks, heart failure, and strokes than patients with normal blood pressu